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I sounds like you were around Denver when your screw drivers kept walking off. I grew up in Arvada and worked in Denver. We had to check for winos under the trucks taking a kip before we moved them. I was in Ft. Collins and it was a good storm and we had dig out the driveway for hours, all we had was my square point shovel to do it. I leaned against the house wall and the next morning it was gone. I don't think anybody would ever steal anything that required a physical effort to use. My neighbors had their chairs was removed from their front porch. I suppose it was OK as the thief left them a yard gnome as payment. Don't know where they stole it from.
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I sent you a PM Walter. Thanks for the inquiry.

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Tim, Can you send me a parts & pricing list. I have two of these on my 1969 FJ40 Landcruiser. One of my levers broke off and I can’t tell if it’s in FREE or LOCK mode. How do I know if I need a rebuild? 

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Todd,

Sorry to hear about your hub lever. I could send you a price list, unfortunately I'm not sure the parts from the 10 spline jeep model will mate up with the 6 spline cruiser version. I have not came across one in person, so I couldn't speak to compatibility of bolt pattern, lever length, or housing diameter. It would be unfair of me to assume they would match up..

I would suggest looking on the web for another 6 spline donor hub to pick clean. Sometime you'll run across someone selling a single hub etc. Knowing when to rebuild your hubs is a personal decision and would be determined by usage. If you have a broken lever, it would be time to remove them, clean them up, check for cracks, re-lube, and reinstall. I wish I could be of more help. Maybe another cruiser owner could help you in your search.

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The Dualmatic on my cruiser looks very similar to yours. Not sure how many splines it is because I didn’t open it up but I will take your word for it. The model number was hard to read but I think it was 285417. The lever length was 82mm and the base height of the unit looked a little more than 3 1/2 inches. Would that be considered tall? 

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Todd,

I sent you a PM.

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Originally posted by Mrtodds77 Mrtodds77 wrote:

Tim, Can you send me a parts & pricing list. I have two of these on my 1969 FJ40 Landcruiser. One of my levers broke off and I can’t tell if it’s in FREE or LOCK mode. How do I know if I need a rebuild? 


Surely someone here has a lever on a broken hub that they could spare. One of my Dualmatics has a homemade replacement lever. There's really not much to it. This one has a row of center-punch marks on the "LOCK" side. Sometimes Bubba did OK!   BW
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I sent him a PM...I do have one parts hub with a broken top casting.
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I saw a single Dualmatic hub on ebay this morning. Might check there.
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There is currently an NOS set for 6 spline Land Cruiser on eBay for $200. It has everything with it as well.
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I saw those. Tempting but if I was going to spend that kind of money I would get Aisin’s. Looking for the cheap fix. 
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Hi Tim - My 1952 CJ3A has what appear to be Dualmatic hubs, but the decal reads "Wards Riverside". I'm guessing that the are Dualmatics re-branded by Montgomery Ward. Have you ever seen this variation, and do you think that Dualmatic parts will work with these hubs?  Thanks, Matt


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Matt, looks like a ringer to me. A lot of drivetrain components were rebranded by Department stores back in the day. I might even have a Wards 4WD jeep parts catalog that has them listed.
I would say there is a strong chance that it’s a Dualmatic with a Wards label.


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Great, thanks for the info. Can you please PM me a parts list? Thank you sir!
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Close-up of Wards label.
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A little off topic, but does anybody have a good source for the original parkerized style bolts? They're 3/8"-16 x 3" with the black finish.
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are there gaskets an locking washers still available? Just picked up a set of duslmatics to restore. 
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clayvt-PM sent to you.


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