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Old July 26th, 2009, 10:14 PM
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Heavy duty 110 drive flanges

At the risk of sounding really lazy and/or stupid, will these drive flanges work on both the front and rear of an '84 110?

http://www.roversnorth.com/store/p-1...ender-110.aspx

I"m tired of tearing the plastic ones and these look like they would be just the ticket. It's dark out and I don't feel like going out there and pulling 2 caps and counting splines, but I believe they are 10 spline front and rear, but want to confirm.

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Old July 26th, 2009, 10:19 PM
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plastic ones? all the splines are 24


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At the risk of sounding really lazy and/or stupid, will these drive flanges work on both the front and rear of an '84 110?

http://www.roversnorth.com/store/p-1...ender-110.aspx

I"m tired of tearing the plastic ones and these look like they would be just the ticket. It's dark out and I don't feel like going out there and pulling 2 caps and counting splines, but I believe they are 10 spline front and rear, but want to confirm.

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Old July 26th, 2009, 10:22 PM
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Plastic caps. I tear them pretty much any time I go wheeling

So I want to replace the flanges with those ones with the screw on metal caps.

But I thought the 110s were 10 spline?

RN says those are for early 110s but there is no mention of spline count. I just want to make sure they will work on Janey before buying them.

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Old July 26th, 2009, 10:27 PM
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They will work front and rear. Both are 24 spline at the drive flange and the thick style. The inner axle at the diff in front is 10 spline which goes to 23 spline inside the cv and the outer at the drive flange is 24 spline. Rear is 24 spline on both ends.
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Old July 26th, 2009, 10:30 PM
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Cool! Thanks for the input guys, I figured a couple of you would be online

Any idea why they differentiate between the early 110 flanges and other defender/discos?

http://www.roversnorth.com/store/p-1...o-def-rrc.aspx

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http://www.roversnorth.com/store/p-1...ender-110.aspx

Not complaining as these are cheaper

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Old July 26th, 2009, 10:33 PM
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The later ones are thinner.
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If you are just looking for a fix, you can weld a solid washer to the outside of the drive flange you already have. It won't be as pretty, but it can be close, depending on how well you weld. I did this to mine when I couldn't get them to stop leaking. It's a lot cheaper than $240 and worked very well. I can't figure out why you need to be able to open it.
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If you are just looking for a fix, you can weld a solid washer to the outside of the drive flange you already have. It won't be as pretty, but it can be close, depending on how well you weld. I did this to mine when I couldn't get them to stop leaking. It's a lot cheaper than $240 and worked very well. I can't figure out why you need to be able to open it.
How does that work there is no flat end as the inner axle protrudes and has a snap ring? BTW $69 a pair x 2 = $140.
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How does that work there is no flat end as the inner axle protrudes and has a snap ring? BTW $69 a pair x 2 = $140.
I thought it was $69 each. My axles didn't have the snap ring. They were custom. The flanges were stock modified though. Thought it would work for anybody.
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to be more precise, the difference between the two is that on the early axles, the stubs are longer and the hubs are narrower. This means the distance between the hub mating face to snap ring land is greater. if you put the early flange on a late axle it will work but the outer end will not be fully engaged in the splines. later hubs and stub axles are of a more similar length and thus are almost flush with each other, allowing the use of a much narrower flange and of course alloy rims etc with a tighter fit to the hub.


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Cool! Thanks for the input guys, I figured a couple of you would be online

Any idea why they differentiate between the early 110 flanges and other defender/discos?

http://www.roversnorth.com/store/p-1...o-def-rrc.aspx

vs

http://www.roversnorth.com/store/p-1...ender-110.aspx

Not complaining as these are cheaper

thanks,
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The later ones are thinner.

I have the old style on my truck up front with the 1 ton CV's They stick out a lot further..
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Probably. Didn't know they existed! Oh well, already on order and with any luck will also reduce some of the driveline slop.
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Probably. Didn't know they existed! Oh well, already on order and with any luck will also reduce some of the driveline slop.
I will try when I get home, but the metal ones dent badly. BTW Cgalpin, save your old flanges as spares for others the rear ones wear badly and often need to be replaced.
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I will try when I get home, but the metal ones dent badly. BTW Cgalpin, save your old flanges as spares for others the rear ones wear badly and often need to be replaced.
And how much is allot of wear ?

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To wrap up this thread, here is what they look like installed
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Put similar ones on Karen's truck and got roasted for the bling! I went to the shop and retrieved a can of Rattle can satin black and promptly painted them (black Wolf wheels) in place... She's happy now... I'd leave mine Bling, it would be the shinyist think on my 110...
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