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Who made this hub lock? (pic included)

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by chevy_muscle, Feb 3, 2005.

  1. chevy_muscle

    chevy_muscle 1/2 ton status

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    This was on my '69 blazer when I bought it last year. Can you tell me anything about it?

    I have similar ones on a '76 Dana 44 but those are blue.

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  2. Muddytazz

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    With the red dial, almost looks like a ford lockout, but could be a superwinch lockout.
     
  3. BobK

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    Kinda hard to say.Looks similar to the Mile Makers hub's I have on my 71 but then again they could be any makers brand.

    If your looking to replace them they are all bssically the same design.

    I havn't had to replace mine but I'm sure others will recommend a brand if you do need to replace them.
     
  4. dyeager535

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    Those look identical to the Spicers I have on my truck...yellow, right?

    I believe mine say "SPICER" on the raised part that you turn.

    Looking at the picture again, I'm sure they are spicers...the writing on the metal is the same as my spicers, I'm sure thats what they are. Mine have been good to me.
     
  5. Burt4x4

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    Ya I was going to guess old school Spicer..duno for sure though:confused:
     
  6. chevy_muscle

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    These are pink (probably once red).... and it does not say anything on them
     
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    I'm gonna vote for Spicer as well. Those look identical to the lockouts on my '80 K10 and Spicer comes to mind.
     
  8. dyeager535

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    Ford used Spicer as well, but they were red. Probably what are on that one.

    My dad has a red ford one on one side of his D44, one of his stock ones failed, exact replacement except for the color.
     
  9. mountainexplorer

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    Yep, Spicers. As already said, Ford used red, GM used tan from '73-up, and blue up through '72. You can swap out the plastic turn dials and change colors. I've got a red one, two blues, and a bunch of tan ones laying around in case I ever need to color coordinate anything. :grin:
     
  10. Beast388

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    Definately factory Spicers. The stockers on my '71 were blue.:D

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