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    Posted: 09 Jan. 2011 at 12:21pm
When I took apart my Sears (Selectro) locking hubs and cleaned, lubed and painted them this past summer I took some pics so I would know how they went back together. I thought I would post some pictures of them dissassembled and some info I found.
 
One thing it doesn't show is the Part #9 O-ring. Both of mine were missing so I went up to the hardware store and they had bulk O-ring material on a spool. They cut them and super glued the end together to make the correct size.
 
Some instructions

 
Here's a few pics of mine in various stages of assembly
 

All the parts
 

The back
 





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Good info and pics!
 
This would be a good post over on the "Parts Project"... "Non-Willys Acessories" area. I know lots of members have these hubs.
 
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Originally posted by Longhunter Longhunter wrote:

Good info and pics!
 
This would be a good post over on the "Parts Project"... "Non-Willys Acessories" area. I know lots of members have these hubs.
 
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Good suggestion. I wasn't sure where to put it. I'll post over there tonight.
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I just bought a 1948 yesterday with these locking hubs on the rear (I was told for towing purposes) nice pics!  I think I'll take them apart and lube them before I drive too much.
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I have the exact same locking hubs and where can I get parts for these things?  I need a base and 2 cams..
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Were there two manufacturers of these type hubs?  I have a set of Sears, I know Selectro made them, and that instruction sheet says Dualmatic.  Which is which?
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Originally posted by bverboy bverboy wrote:

I have the exact same locking hubs and where can I get parts for these things?  I need a base and 2 cams..
 
I may have a base for you, but not the cams.  I need a couple myself and haven't found a source for them.
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possibly but you have to ask somebody smarter than me as all this is new to me..
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are the cams made out of aluminum or something like that? im wondering if I should just start over and buy warns if I cant come across the cams

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Tracy - I called Mile Marker Industries (seller of parts for the Selectro/Sears hubs) today and was told the "metal" cams are no longer available, but they did have nylon Delrin (per packing list) cams in stock.
Their part number 501.107.52TF $15.00/each plus postage for one or $5.00 each if you could meet their $15.00 minimum order charge.
I ordered 4 of them = I should have them by the end of this week and I will compare to the aluminum or zinc ones I have and respond back.


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mullen that sounds great!!!!!  cams and a hub would fix me up.. thank youSmile

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