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Old April 12th, 2010, 03:13 AM
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Swivel identification

Hi All,

having trouble figuring out what p/n I need to replace my swivels. They are on a 1992 D110. I can't find any axle ID numbers. 24 spline axles. Taper bearings top and bottom. The bottom bearing cap uses smaller bolts if that means anything. Both sides are toast.

There seems to have been a change for the 1997 swivels on the NAS D-90's, not sure if that affects me but I'm not sure which p/n I need.

anybody have some good ones?

and as a bonus - first one to identify what's wrong - ok, egregiously wrong - in the last photos gets $5 paypal. Trying to keep my sense of humor.

thanks
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Old April 12th, 2010, 03:38 AM
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Nails holding the pads in place????

egregiously - good word
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Old April 12th, 2010, 07:26 AM
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I thought the nails were a problem too, but then I realized that the brake calipers won't provide much stopping force when mounted to the radius arm. I suggest you reinstall the swivel, hub, and disc, and mount the caliper where it belongs.
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Old April 12th, 2010, 08:03 AM
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Standard Swivel Ball FRC2644

Oh and nice pad fitting kit..... Home Depot Special..
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Old April 12th, 2010, 12:23 PM
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Mike - you win. What's your paypal? Wrong went to egregious because they only used #16 nails, which allows the pads to float radially. #20's would have been acceptable.

Jim - you win my under-the-breath bet that SOMEONE would make a crack about my brakes being on my trailing arms. But it is a surprisingly good fit.

I'm confused about FRC2644. This usually lists as 'chrome...' and the FTC5105 lists as 'Black...". These are definately Black. Not trying to second guess you Randy, just making sure.
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Old April 12th, 2010, 12:49 PM
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That is the # in my parts book for that truck....
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Old April 12th, 2010, 01:10 PM
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Are there any chrome swivels around any more except for NOS? Everything is teflon coated now. Black is the new chrome.
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Old April 12th, 2010, 01:46 PM
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Black is the new chrome.....great. OK, I'll stop using THAT as an identifier.

OK, thanks Randy
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Mike - you win. What's your paypal? Wrong went to egregious because they only used #16 nails, which allows the pads to float radially. #20's would have been acceptable.

Jim - you win my under-the-breath bet that SOMEONE would make a crack about my brakes being on my trailing arms. But it is a surprisingly good fit.

I'm confused about FRC2644. This usually lists as 'chrome...' and the FTC5105 lists as 'Black...". These are definately Black. Not trying to second guess you Randy, just making sure.
Way to go. I never win anything.
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I have two nice swivels off a NAS 110 if you are in need.

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Black is the new chrome.

LOL..

I have the teflon ones on my truck. They are very nice...
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Old April 12th, 2010, 05:05 PM
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OK, so mine is an oddball, it seems. I found a partial part number on the flat pad by the driver side spring - painted on, so it was blurring while I tried to clear the grease. 44D or 4413 ...which would match an FTC4413 axle p/n for a 1992 with vented from disks and rear disks (which I have both) - it should be a 63L/64L Axle. Additionally, this matches the use of upper and lower bearings.

The Swivel for this axle is supposed to be a FRC7065 not the FTC5051 - which is the superceed number for FRC2644. I've ordered two - Ron, your 110 ones in theory would not work, but thanks, I may be in touch of these don't work. They're not special order, so if they are wrong, I'll eat shipping, but that's it.

Mike - no paypal?

thanks all. I'll follow up with the results when I get there
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Mike - no paypal?
I have, but I've no idea of the I.D.

Just use it for buying trials bike bits.
Good luck with the re-building.
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Hey I wasn't in it for the $5!!
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a follow up if anyone cares or for anyone in future this might help:

I removed the whole axle and pulled the pinion carrier - the oil coming out was pretty nasty with the swivel leakage, so I wanted to clean it all out. FINALLY found the axle serial number - a 63L - rhd vented disk. The number was on the underside of the long arm, just under the vent tube attachment (under an 1/8" of waxoil).

Got the FRC7065 swivels and as far as I can tell, they are correct...and got new disk pad pins and springs just for fun

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Glad it's all resolved
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