knock-on type hardy spicer drive flanges

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jerry
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knock-on type hardy spicer drive flanges

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Hi,
I want a pair of knock-on type hardy spicer drive flanges, fitted to automatic gearboxes ( fitted 1972-1973 ish) that have the small diameter splines the same as pot-joint. Anyone got any going?

Jerry

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Re: knock-on type hardy spicer drive flanges

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Hi Jerry,
I think you can get these new from Swiftune. To allow hardy spicers to be used with their ATB diffs which all have pot joint outputs now.
Hope that helps. Tom

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MED also do them I've got them on my box

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Re: knock-on type hardy spicer drive flanges

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Hi,
Looked at the flanges from Swiftune and MED, but the cost, for me, is just too much.

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Re: knock-on type hardy spicer drive flanges

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The MED/Swiftune versions use standard side plate bushes, the bmc auto ones use the larger 'S' side plate bushes.

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The side covers can be machined easily enough to take the larger bush.
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I have a pair, they came with an ATB swiftune diff.They where only used for a short while, before I went to a plate diff.

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Re: knock-on type hardy spicer drive flanges

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i have a pair if you cant find any

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