Trail Gear Dana 60 Drive Flanges
Mar 16, 2009
For those of you with Dana 60 front diffs that have been upgraded to 35-spline outers, you have the option of using Warn hubs or drive flanges. For a rig that is still seeing dual purpose usage (street and trail) the Warn hubs are probably the way to go but if it's a dedicated trail vehicle, drive flanges are a better choice due to their simplicity and strength. Trail Gear's entry in the drive flange market will make breaking your manual hubs and claiming warranty at your local 4x4 shop a distant memory.
The inner locking puck is made out of the highest quality 4340 chromoly to ensure that it never breaks or strips out and is coated with black oxide to prevent rusting. The outer cover is CNC machined 6061 T6 billet aluminum and anodized black with the Trail-Gear logo. A rubber o-ring is included with the kit to keep your hub sealed and clean. Also included is a hardened snap ring to keep everything in place.
- Drive flange puck (2)
- Drive flange cover (2)
- O-ring (2)
- Snap ring (2)
Visit http://www.trail-gear.ca for more info.
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