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Hollander Help...Key way Brake Drum KH Hub,,Mail Jeep ????????????

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Little Wing, Jan 27, 2012.

  1. Little Wing
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    Ok trying to ID this Rear Drum,, 9x2 drum with a 4 1/2 " lug pattern. Tales a tapered shaft that is 3/4" when it comes out. The hub inside is a Kelsey Hayes #33442,, any help would be great.

    Thinking it might ba an old Mail Jeep or other light duty type

    1950's to 60's
     

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  2. Any chance its an old MOPAR drum? Just trying to give you another avenue to look.
     
  3. V P Skelly
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  4. Little Wing
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    I have no ID sadly,,that's why I'm posting,,do you know of anywhere KH would even list hub #'s ?
     

  5. gas pumper
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    Do you know what year this was from?

    If it was from the era when Jeep was AMC, then it would likely be something that AMC used in a car application. I have a CJ that's AMC but it has a different lenght hub than you have. Mine has an AMC 20, I think it's called. but it don't look like yours. It has the tapered hub and keyway, but hub is different.

    Sure looks like a 5 1/2 bolt pattern to me. Same as old Ford.
     
  6. Little Wing
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    It is ...4 1/2" Small Ford/Mopar 1950's ,, would a Hollander possible have the KH # ?
     
  7. Hollander would be a good place to look. Studebaker also used a 4.5 inch bolt circle. They had keyed axles as well.
     
  8. Little Wing
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    ok will check that and try to find a Hollander,,also the small axle shaft,,would that make it a Dana 27 ?
     
  9. squirrel
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    didn't find it in Hollanders (1965 edition), which does list KH hub numbers for several vehicles, and goes back to the 40s on some of them.
     
  10. Little Wing
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    damn,,thanks for looking
     
  11. 98Racer
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    It might even be a 444 or 544 Volvo.
     
  12. Little Wing
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    Was thinking that but have not been able to find a Bricker who could tell me .
     
  13. squirrel
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    I'll have to look again, but it looks different from the 544 drum I need....and those Volvos are pretty far removed from being a brick.

    edit: yeah, not the 1960s 544. They did use a few different rearends over the years. The 66 I'm working on has threads on the end of the axle that are larger than 3/4", they're about 7/8".
     
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  14. Little Wing
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    True the 240 is more so the Brick,,lol ,,,the hole diameter is 3/4" ( on front wider in the back of course ) and the nut is a 5/8-18

    Use to have alotta 122 parts,,they would be handy about now

    If I can find a drum that will fit ,,( same specks,,it's ok if it does not look the same )
     
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  15. 65 servi
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    This brake drum was used on the harley servi-car. starting in 1951 and continued untill sometime in late 1972 or early 1973 when they switched to a 6 bolt that toyota rims fit on. I also would like to know who Harley bought them from, as I need 1 backing plate and 2 more brake drums. I am also in need of the axel shafts.
     

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