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Fairey freewheeling hub?

Discussion in 'Series Land Rovers' started by Series tree, Jun 7, 2020.

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  1. Series tree

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    So I finished rebuilding and painting the fairey freewheeling hub, found this bit at the bottom of the bag as it was disassembled, does this go inside it? Looks just like a castle pinion nut
     

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    it secures the drive shaft,to the freewheel hub
     
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    Oh balls so it goes in the bottom of the freewheel hub?
     
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    it has to come to pieces to fit it
     
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    It has to be fitted when you fit the hub, you can't fit the hub assembled.
     
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