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Old October 22nd, 2013, 01:42 AM
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What do you mean a different size? Aren't they M10x1.5? I thought everyone said to specifically get the PRE-ABS hubs?!?! This is becoming frustrating...
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Old October 22nd, 2013, 01:51 AM
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What do you mean a different size? Aren't they M10x1.5? I thought everyone said to specifically get the PRE-ABS hubs?!?! This is becoming frustrating...
As detailed in the thread there are two ways to do it. One with the old pre ABS hubs, one with the new hubs.
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Old October 22nd, 2013, 07:32 AM
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What do you mean a different size? Aren't they M10x1.5? I thought everyone said to specifically get the PRE-ABS hubs?!?! This is becoming frustrating...
Tell me about it. Took me several tries before hitting on a winning combo
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Old October 22nd, 2013, 11:25 AM
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Ok, I just re-read this again and I am still confused. It seems people have swapped to discs on NAS 110s without swapping stub axles etc. Can someone please tell me the correct Hub I need to make this work?

Looking at the "Pre-ABS RRC" hub that I have, it looks identical to the factory front one, which makes me think I either ordered the wrong part number or they mis-packaged the part. I can use these for the front now, but I need to order the correct rear hub so I can get it all together.

Can anyone who has done this help me out? I am going to try to pull the rear apart again and take some measurements, but near as I can tell, I have front 110 hubs on the back and I need to order hubs that will locate the outer bearings about 1/4" inboard of where they currently are.

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Old October 22nd, 2013, 11:58 AM
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Yes Brother Brown, all dunny done.
Andrew, you have the wrong hub on there. You need the ones with the bearings closer together. However, you should throw a disc on there and check where the caliper is. If you have the correct calipers, then you won't need to shave the brackets. Now is a good time to find out.
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Old October 22nd, 2013, 12:02 PM
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Bill, I already machined the brackets and the caliper lines up, the outer bearings are just a little too far outboard for the second Nut to fully thread on.

Like you said, it appears I have the wrong Hub; however, I don't know the right part number to order. I need to track down which hub it is and get it ordered ASAP. I was just looking through the books and there are countless different hubs and part numbers, is there anyone out there who knows off the top of his or her head which one I need?
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Old October 22nd, 2013, 12:04 PM
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Are those the stub axles from the drum brake hubs?
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Thanks for the size check - now I can just order the right bolts.

Glad Ron knows his parts, I just threw on the ones he gave me. I honestly don't know what they are, I just if burned I was good to go until I tried to get the metric drive flange bolts in there.
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Thanks for the size check - now I can just order the right bolts. Glad Ron knows his parts, I just threw on the ones he gave me. I honestly don't know what they are, I just if burned I was good to go until I tried to get the metric drive flange bolts in there.
Sorry again about not giving you bolts. The hubs I gave Jim were off an 87 or 88 RRC.
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Speaking of this conversion, I realized the rear hubs take an older slightly different size bolt for the drive flanges - does anyone have 12-15 of these I can buy?
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They are an SAE bolt. 3/8-24 (NF) 1-3/4" long with 7/8 shoulder.

I think I have a dozen or so new bolts. I'll check tonight.
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Old October 22nd, 2013, 02:44 PM
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Ok, so I dug up my Invoice and it turns out I ordered FRC6139 mistakenly. Does anyone know the difference between this hub and the original NAS 110 front hub? From everything I can see and determine short of pulling it apart at the moment and taking a caliper to it, I think the only difference is the Flange Bolt hole threads being SAE vs Metric.

Does anyone know for sure? If that is the case, I'd like to use these when I put the fronts together. Does anyone have a set of non-abs RRC hubs laying around they will part with?
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I think I have a dozen or so new bolts. I'll check tonight.
The bolts I have are 2", not the 1.75" Jeff mentioned and have a .75" shoulder. The 2" is what I used on my conversion. I have 15 extra.
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Anyone know if there a parts list that's been upgraded for all the new correct parts?
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Doing this now with left over front hubs from my RHD axle that has been in my shop collecting dust for 4 yrs. i had to use the thinner washer from the front hub between the bearing and the spindle nuts to allow both nuts to fit. i didn't see this mentioned previously in the thread, although i believe someone had an issue fitting both nuts on.
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Anyone who's done this have any advice on bending the brake lines to fit the calipers? This part scares me a bit...
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Got this buttoned up and took a drive today. Very happy with it.
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Looking to go with all new stuff. Does this look like a complete parts list and quantity?

- x2 Front hubs FRC6139

- Right Calipers STC1268

- Left Caliper STC1269

- x4 Caliper Fixing Bolt SYP500090

- Caliper Mounting brackets FTC3306

- Right mud Shields LR017960

- Left mud Shields LR017961

- Brake Pads SFP000280

- Pin kit RTC5001

- x2 Brake Rotors LR017951

- x2 Axle stubs FTC1740

- x2 Lock Washers FTC3179

- x2 Drive Flange Gasket 571752

- x2 Axle stub gasket FTC3649

- x2 Hub seal RTC3511

I got this from http://www.dieselrover.ca/uncategori...sc-conversion/
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May I ask, what does this package cost?

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Looking to go with all new stuff. Does this look like a complete parts list and quantity?

- x2 Front hubs FRC6139

- Right Calipers STC1268

- Left Caliper STC1269

- x4 Caliper Fixing Bolt SYP500090

- Caliper Mounting brackets FTC3306

- Right mud Shields LR017960

- Left mud Shields LR017961

- Brake Pads SFP000280

- Pin kit RTC5001

- x2 Brake Rotors LR017951

- x2 Axle stubs FTC1740

- x2 Lock Washers FTC3179

- x2 Drive Flange Gasket 571752

- x2 Axle stub gasket FTC3649

- x2 Hub seal RTC3511

I got this from Diesel Rover ยป Salisbury Rear Disc Conversion
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I'll have a total once I know if this is all I will need.
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Can anybody confirm if the list I posted is correct and complete?
I only want to make one order for the kit.
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