SST for tightening on FF rear hub

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  1. theferg

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    Where'd you get your SST for tightening on FF rear hub...you know, that three pronged-ish thing? I know there was some guy that fabbed himself one up...but I don't think I can do that at the moment. Anybody wanna make me one? How much to they run new? What about a discount one? ;) C-dan? I think I found the part number: 09509-25011?

    -Ferg-

    ghjwt
     
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    [quote author=theferg link=board=2;threadid=11480;start=msg104571#msg104571 date=1076718525]
    Where'd you get your SST for tightening on FF rear hub...you know, that three pronged-ish thing?

    -Ferg-
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    :rolleyes:

    Got 2 of 'em in front of me ;) they cost about 52 bucks.
     
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    Oh, um, thanks dude! :p :D

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    At the risk of annoying the junk yard dog, I'm hi-jacking this thread :flipoff2:

    I know a few people (including one who might surprise) have fabricated their own. I have been meaning to post a thread asking for the following info.

    -diameter of the disk
    -distance of each prong from centre of disk
    -distance of prongs from each other
    -dimensions of stud/bolt used to make the prongs
    -any bright ideas on how to make it turn without fabricating a 1/2" socket hole in the middle

    from this I think I can make my own.
     
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    Hey CDan, how much is the lock nut itself?
    Is it pricey?

    I had some ideas about making my own as well but now that me axle's all back together I've nothing to work with.

    I was thinking of buying the piece.... then I would know *exactly* what the dimensions were :D


    BTW: a fabbed tool pic is on my website (now back up...)
    http://65.40.131.223/fzj80_rear_bearing.htm
     
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    Semlin,

    I made mine from dimensions CDan posted.
    Basically 3" disk
    prongs are 2" equilateral triangle on centers
    prongs are 1/2" dia.
    prong ends are just under 1/4" dia. 7/16" long(Dan's were metric dimensions)

    For the center you can just weld the head of a bolt on the back to put a socket on and turn, I cut the half inch drive end off an old socket and welded it in. 19/32 socket - anyone remember that old Fo*d socket?

    Bill
     
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    thanks Bill, nice job
    Does it matter how long the prongs are?

    Also, can you make the disk bigger? I am thinking I will use bolts so I need some room to tap a hole.
     
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    Semlin,

    Yes, it does matter on the length of the prongs. I made mine 2 7/8" long. You can go longer but I wouldn't go much shorter. No problem going wider on the disk diameter.

    Bill
     
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    Whoah! Photoman, that thing is sweet! Anybody want to make me one similar to that one? There's a $20 in it for ya... :D

    -Ferg-
     
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    I got the OTC socket from my local NAPA for $38. The OTC part# is 6064.
     
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    [quote author=lagwagon link=board=2;threadid=11480;start=msg104802#msg104802 date=1076745481]
    I got the OTC socket from my local NAPA for $38. The OTC part# is 6064.
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    You lost me dude... Are you saying you got a tool from Napa that is relatively the same as the SST I'm lookin' for?

    -Ferg-
     
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    I'll be making one soon as things slow down at the shop (Spring?). I'd weld a big nut to the back for turning if I didn't have an EDM machine handy for the square hole.
     
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    Here is a pic. The packaging reads 92-97 Toyota rear FF
     
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    Here is what the "genuine article" looks like:
     
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    From the "wrench side":
     
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    lagwagon, the OTC tool dispenses with the smaller inner prongs and the prongs look very short, does it work anyway?
     
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    Hey Simon, I'll go "halfers" on the one from Dan if you want.

    Riley
     
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    This is my first and failed SST.
     
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    A Landtoy80 FF SST
     
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