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Rear axle hub dimensions 28 spline 9"

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Does anyone have the dimensions of the hub on the axles of a 28 spline 9" from the 60s? Specifically the diameter,
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Mine measures 7.625 (7 1/16) overall diameter. The raised portion in the center is 1.875 (1 7/8). Hope this helps.
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Yes the center part....what yr is your rear?
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I'm not sure of the year but based on the backside of the center section and the 1 3/4 inch brakes I believe it is pre 1968.
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B7TZ-4234-A (replaced B7C-4234-A) .. 28 Spline Axle Shaft-R/L same / 1957/67 F100, all have 11" x 1 3/4" rear brakes.

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Thanks Bill, I thought that's what it was. Knowing for sure will help when I eventually replace the brakes. I already upgraded to a Tru Track and 31 spline axles.
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