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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-07-2002, 03:56 PM Thread Starter
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Need Axle Flange Measurements

Can anyone give me the flange ODs for both a Jeep 5lug D44 & a M20 (both one piece)?? I could jack up the Jeep and drop a wheel, but I'm afraid it would dump my hardtop off (being barely held on by gravity [img]images/graemlins/blush.gif[/img]). Please....?
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Re: Need Axle Flange Measurements

I don't have a drive slug handy, but I do have a '79 Cherokee hub. It measures 3.116" to the largest possible ID at the spline. The OD of the hub will be a few thou smaller. Can't help with the M20.
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Re: Need Axle Flange Measurements

Thanks Jim, but I was looking for the OD of the rear axle flange. Anyone else wanna take a stab at this?
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Re: Need Axle Flange Measurements

Oops. The font I'm using made '5lug' look like 'Slug', so I thought you were talking about the drive slug - plug - flange.

Don't mind me - I'm easily confused.
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Re: Need Axle Flange Measurements

I just ran out and measured. A stock M20 is 7" +/- 1/6 sorry can't get it exact but I don't have a caliper to measure that big. I would think 1 piece axles would be close to that.
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Thanks Dan! That'll make my CJ buddy happy. [img]images/graemlins/smirk.gif[/img]
Anybody got a 44 sitting nearby?
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Re: Need Axle Flange Measurements

Not a problem glad I could help! If you would of asked this a day earlier I could of got the 44 one too but my buddy picked up his Jeep [img]images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img]
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