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Old April 19th, 2016, 03:44 PM
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HD Flanges complete kit all 4 wheels - New in Box

FOR SALE:

2 complete kits of Heavy Duty Flanges for 24 spline shafts BNIB

They are slim but some aluminum rims will not fit without spacers, will work great on Steel wheels

The part number is DA1148 for one axle, includes bolts,gaskets, c clip and the flanges

you are buying 2 DA1148 or both axles

Located in MD

They are heavy boxes

$ 230.00 local or plus shipping

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Old April 19th, 2016, 06:30 PM
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Correction STILL AVAILABLE

PLEASE be aware

No aluminum Wheels without spacers to use this
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Old April 19th, 2016, 07:55 PM
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Also I think that some early trucks might use a different thickness flange? I remember trying a set from rn forever ago and they were the wrong thickness for my early sals rear axle.

I can't confirm but may be worth checking, def a high quality item
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Old April 19th, 2016, 08:12 PM
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There are definitely thick and thin styles. Not sure when they switched over.
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There are definitely thick and thin styles. Not sure when they switched over.
These are thin style, but still rub on the aluminum wheel

Doesn't need 25mm spacer, but needs a spacer, with the steelies , fits great

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Also I think that some early trucks might use a different thickness flange? I remember trying a set from rn forever ago and they were the wrong thickness for my early sals rear axle.

I can't confirm but may be worth checking, def a high quality item
From their website, here are the VIN ranges where these will fit without issues

Defender - from LA
Discovery 1 - from JA
Range Rover Classic - ABS and front from JA
Also fit all newer Defender with ABS
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Hello,
I am interested in picking up the flange sets for both axels. Can you confirm that these would fit my ex-mod 1987 D90. My VIN starts with SALLDV. My shipping zip would be 14420.
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Hello,
I am interested in picking up the flange sets for both axels. Can you confirm that these would fit my ex-mod 1987 D90. My VIN starts with SALLDV. My shipping zip would be 14420.
Thanks again,
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The numbers you need to verify on your Defender is the last 8 digits and compare with the ones I posted

look at your 10th and 11th digit on the VIN

AS for shipping, assuming a Home address, if I send them in the original big boxes is 43.26, if I take them out of the original boxes and nicely pack them , they could easily fit on a USPS Flat Rate box of $ 18.95 and if you want insurance is another $ 5.00
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Old April 19th, 2016, 09:36 PM
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Thanks for the prompt reply.
Additional info sent via PM. Alsol, I am using "steelies".
Regarding the shipping, these would be going to my office and if its not to much trouble repacking and shipping in a flat rate looks like a way better option.
Please let me know what you think about the fitment.
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Due to fitment issues, I will not be purchasing these.....
Thank you for the help...

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No worries

Just to be clear , will fit any Defender with the 10th and 11th digit on the VIN after " LA "
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