RobotMan Posted December 17, 2007 Share Posted December 17, 2007 I have got myself a working Landy again, well I will have once I collect it tomorrow. My local Landy fixers up at Teesdale Land Rovers put a selection of bits together for me to make a good axle for a price that was better than laying out in the street in the frost. Apparently they couldn't refit my Free-wheeling hubs due to the 1/2 shafts they used having a large round castleated nut which the hubs won't go over. I can't look at it until tomorrow, but I got the hubs from a friend who found he couldn't fit them onto his axle for exactly the same reason. They told me at Teesdale that the shafts where military spec. I would like to refit the hubs if possible because I have them and I have a TrueTrac in the front that I don't want to be weighting up the steering on my daily commute to work. I have this picture of my friends set-up. Hopefully it will be as simple a fix as changing the nut, in which case I will point and laugh at my pal. Any info on the origin and any benefit to having these shafts would be good to know just out of curiosity. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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