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  • willys54
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    Yes. '80's model D5 (delivery) jeep. Just had to machine off .030 for backing plate clearance. Still available new. Thanks for the follow up.

  • Neal in NM
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    Did you ever find the drums you were looking for?

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  • Neal in NM
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    8952, 8968, 8991, these are finned

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  • willys54
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    Originally posted by Neal in NM View Post
    #3520, 3534, 8172, 8173, 8834, 8835, 8862, 8952, 8968, 8984, 8991, 35013, 35016, 35038, 80002, 80031, 80036.

    some of these are finned. I don’t have time right now to separate them out. Happy hunting!! Neal
    Thank you Neal for taking the time to assist another car guy. Unfortunately we don't see much of this level of car guy to car guy assistance in today's society. Thanks again.

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  • Neal in NM
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    #3520, 3534, 8172, 8173, 8834, 8835, 8862, 8952, 8968, 8984, 8991, 35013, 35016, 35038, 80002, 80031, 80036.

    some of these are finned. I don’t have time right now to separate them out. Happy hunting!! Neal

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  • willys54
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    Originally posted by Neal in NM View Post
    I have a reference book which shows brake drums by ID and bolt pattern. I could give you some part numbers and you could go to your local FLAPS, have them pull the drums and measure the hub ID as well as the thickness. I used this reference when I converted my M16 to front disk brakes.
    That would be excellent and very much appreciated. Thank you

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  • willys54
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    Originally posted by Mark57 View Post
    Changing the theme of the thread slightly - but related, are the Lark 6 cylinder rear drums still around? I have heard for a few years that they are NLA items. Would be interested to know as I am sure I will have to eventually replace mine.
    I've been told no aftermarket 9" x 2" drums are being produced hence my dilemma

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  • Neal in NM
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    I have a reference book which shows brake drums by ID and bolt pattern. I could give you some part numbers and you could go to your local FLAPS, have them pull the drums and measure the hub ID as well as the thickness. I used this reference when I converted my M16 to front disk brakes.

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  • willys54
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    Originally posted by Bills R2 View Post
    Stay far away from Scoutparts.com.
    You want to be on the Planet!

    http://www.binderplanet.com/forums/index.php
    Thanks for the tip

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  • Mark57
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    Changing the theme of the thread slightly - but related, are the Lark 6 cylinder rear drums still around? I have heard for a few years that they are NLA items. Would be interested to know as I am sure I will have to eventually replace mine.

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  • Bills R2
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    Stay far away from Scoutparts.com.
    You want to be on the Planet!

    http://www.binderplanet.com/forums/index.php

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  • willys54
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    BTW, I hope members of this Forum don't think I'm a IH Scout guy. The straight axle is going into another '41 Stude Coupe Gasser build I'm doing. I own (2) 3G-Q's and an M15A-20 so don't fret.......

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  • willys54
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    Originally posted by Dwain G. View Post
    You would probably be better served by going to a Scout parts vendor such as...............https://scoutparts.com/2017_Scoutpar...Catalog/p14072
    Thanks Dwain............Been there done that.......the Scout Sites/Forums think the only Scout ever made was a 4x4. So hoping a Lark VI rear drum will work.

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  • willys54
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    Originally posted by StudeRich View Post
    Those have HUGE Center holes in them larger than Stude. are they for a Flanged Axle?

    Maybe you could hog out the Stude. Center Hole, the Stude. drums were Stud centered.

    The 1954 to early 1965 Stude. Sixes have 9 Inch rear Drums for Tapered Axles, the Late '65 to '66 are for Flanged Axles, center holes got larger.

    It is hard for Stude. owners to show you a DRUM only, as most of our's are Hub Drum Assy's.
    Thanks for your response. The drum mates to a hub and then mounts to a spindle using common TIMKEN bearings/races. I'm a Machinist by trade so I like your idea of enlarging the hub hole if required. As stated my hub hole diameter is 2.813. Do you know what the Lark hole measures?

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  • Dwain G.
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    You would probably be better served by going to a Scout parts vendor such as...............https://scoutparts.com/2017_Scoutpar...Catalog/p14072

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