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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-18-2010, 08:39 PM Thread Starter
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scrambler full floater hub/lock disk brake project

thanks for the feedback and here are the photos of the fix on the solid drives and the warn hub/locks...... eveything works great now,,, just had to do a little adjustment to get everything in just the right place......I used a lock washer from the front of a old dana 30 ,,,, removed the tab and fitted it in as a shim against the bearing then the first lock nut tighten up fine followed by the normal locking washer and then used the thinner lock nut also from the dana 30 front for the second lock nut,,,, this was done so the back side of the warn hub/lock unit would not rub against the nut,,,,, take a look the the photos,,,,, they will show the above,,,, and the rest of the photos show the rest of the warn hub/locks being put in,,, as i said everything works great now,,,,, will next be rebuilding the center section ring and pinion and will be ready to slip under the cj8......
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Smile more photos of the assy hub/locks

here are some photos of putting the warn hub locks in after fixing problems
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Smile continue putting the warn full floater locks together

here are some more of the steps putting the hub locks into the bronco hubs everything fitting together ok now....
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Smile more photos

putting the warn locks in and the locking rings
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Smile photos of hub locks being put together

continue putting in hub locks on full floater project
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Smile finish full floater photos

and here it is all togther both sides work great with both solid drive and the warn hublocks also fitted the new cables to the emg brakes
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Smile photos of test fit a old wagon wheel rim to check clearance

hi i dug out a old jeep rim to test fit and also rec the valves for the brake lines to be able to adjust the pressure from front to rear now that i am going to have 4 wheel disk,,,, the other small valve is a brake pressure lock,,,, may add that also ,,,, the way it works is you apply brake and push down on the top of the valve which will lock the brake pressure in all four disks,,,, to release you pull up..... the clearance on the steel rim is close but looks ok and nothing hits or rubs,,,, the custom rims on the jeep are the same dia size but the back spacing may be a little different but dont think will be any problem...
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Smile more photos of test on rims

take a look ,, getting very close now ,,, on to next step
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I can't tell from the pictures but make sure the inner nut you use is the one with the little pin sticking out and make sure the washer with the holes lines up with that pin.

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