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Old December 6th, 2011, 10:15 AM
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Rear Disc Conversion Parts

Anyone have rear disc conversion parts laying around? Looking for the spindles, discs, calipers, brackets, etc.

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Sorry, should be in Wanted Section...
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Old December 6th, 2011, 12:19 PM
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disc brake parts

I have a set of rear hubs from an 89 RRC (non abs) and a set of rear calipers from a 97 disco I sell you for $150 shipped to conus by way of usps.
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Old December 6th, 2011, 12:43 PM
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And if anyone has a set of the drive flange bolts that fit in those early RR hubs, I'm a buyer!
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Old December 6th, 2011, 02:26 PM
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The bolts are included with the hubs I'm selling BTW.
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Old December 6th, 2011, 02:36 PM
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I may have a pair of spindles. I'll take a look and post a pic tonight if possible.
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Old December 6th, 2011, 06:34 PM
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Thanks to all so far. I need to double check and see if my old spindles will work.
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Old December 7th, 2011, 02:23 PM
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look a bit rough. These came off my axle swap. Lemme know if you want them- I'd just need shipping covered.
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Old December 7th, 2011, 02:36 PM
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look a bit rough. These came off my axle swap. Lemme know if you want them- I'd just need shipping covered.
I *think* my stubs are good. Lemme check....
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Old December 7th, 2011, 03:46 PM
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I too am looking for a set of RRC Hubs for this. I have the Calipers already, but need the Hubs and Brackets to complete the setup. Please email or PM me if you have any.

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I pulled two hubs off of an 89 RR. The other two ought to still be there...I can check/procure them if needed.
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Paul, that would be great. What would I owe you for them?
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Paul, that would be great. What would I owe you for them?
cost + a virtual beer. It may take a week or so and is dependent upon availability. I think the proprietor was asking ~80 for a set last time I was there.
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Old December 7th, 2011, 04:59 PM
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Sounds good. I'm not in an immediate hurry, I can keep working on other parts of the truck, but I just want to collect as I go.
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Looks like to retain my current stubs I need front D90 83-94 hubs, not RRC hubs. Keith at RovingTracks is hooking me up.
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Looks like to retain my current stubs I need front D90 83-94 hubs, not RRC hubs. Keith at RovingTracks is hooking me up.
This is just for your vehicle right? I can use my stubs on the NAS 110 with the RRC hubs right?
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This is just for your vehicle right? I can use my stubs on the NAS 110 with the RRC hubs right?
You should be okay. I just have an 83/84 rear axle, so my stubs are different.
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look a bit rough. These came off my axle swap. Lemme know if you want them- I'd just need shipping covered.
According to Keith, those are front spindles and won't work on the rear conversion.
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According to Keith, those are front spindles and won't work on the rear conversion.
They're rears- took them off myself. My (1984 imported) 90 already had a disc conversion done, though I don't know what axle was used (Disco, RR, or Defneder). The case was pretty rotten so I swapped the whole shebang for a Disco one. I hung onto some of the parts just in case- like the stubs, rear diff, rotors.

Lemme know if you want the stubs- they're yours for the cost of shipping.
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Old December 8th, 2011, 07:01 PM
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Let me get with Keith. I think the reason they won't work is that they have to mate to the RRC hubs.

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They're rears- took them off myself. My (1984 imported) 90 already had a disc conversion done, though I don't know what axle was used (Disco, RR, or Defneder). The case was pretty rotten so I swapped the whole shebang for a Disco one. I hung onto some of the parts just in case- like the stubs, rear diff, rotors.

Lemme know if you want the stubs- they're yours for the cost of shipping.
-Gardner
Okay, according to Keith "They will not work on either end. Salisbury stubs locate/pilot on the OD of the flange on the axle. Rover type (later ones) pilot on the bore of the axle end flange. In the front the stubs have bushings and bearings in them."
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