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Need help identifying front axle

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by ftn96, Aug 17, 2001.

  1. ftn96

    ftn96 1/2 ton status

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    I just got my 3/4 fotn axle delivered and its supposed to be a 10 bolt 8 lug, which it appears to be.
    Heres the problem, my current 1/2 ton 10 bolt hub looks like this ( | | ) the new one looks like this ( \ / ) and has a cap that you just pop on and off. So I was thinking that my current 10 bolt hub lock out unit (warn premium) will not work on this new hub. Also when I took the cover off the tip off the spindle and the lock out "yunit" thats in there looks totally different than my 90 unit. Can somebody help me here?

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  2. 90blzr

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    Sounds like a one out of a full time truck. I had a D44 out of a fulltime '75 blazer and it had the cap on the hub (no manual lockouts) From what I understand, you just have to buy the manual lockouts for it and put em on, but not sure on that.
     
  3. ftn96

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    That not what want to hear!![​IMG] By the way those pictures I used up there are from an over head view looking down on the hubs.
    Anyone else got some info here? COME ON WES I know you have all the answers

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