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Spicer (Dana) 24 Flange (Yoke) Nut

I've started the rebuild of my Dana 24 and it looks like at some point someone may have use the wrong flange nuts. Per the manual, the same nut is used on all 3 shafts (7/8-16, 356148-S) but it looks like the input shaft has a different one and is not a castle nut. I also found a cotter pin in the shaft BEHIND the yoke (flange) that seemed odd.

Any source for this nut, or should they be different?

Any Help?

**** EDIT ****

Never mind..
Found a source for the nuts - www.cj-jeep.com
2.95 each..

Rebuild kit should be here on Monday..

Now I just need a small spring and detent ball...
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