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ABS Tone Ring Part #?

I know this as been asked before, but did anyone ever find the part # for the rear axle shaft ABS tone rings?

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I'll bump this up.

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52125003AB is the part number to the rear wheel speed sensor.

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It's not the sensor we're looking for, but the ring that rides on the axle itself by the bearing/seal that the sensor "reads" for the information. As far as we've been able to find, we've been told it only come with a new stock axle shaft.

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Oh ok...these might work; they're the bearing retaining rings - 83503077 - and the only "rings" on the axle itself.

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Oh ok...these might work; they're the bearing retaining rings - 83503077 - and the only "rings" on the axle itself.
No, that's not them, that's the retaining brackets. This is what a tone ring looks like:
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ColinW thanks for your efforts on this though.

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Yeah, I'm assuming it's that gear cut thing in the picture with what looks like a sensor mounted radially to the side of it...don't really know what to tell you...sorry! You could probably just call up a Jeep parts department and ask them to find it in their computer system if you haven't already.

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Yeah, I'm assuming it's that gear cut thing in the picture with what looks like a sensor mounted radially to the side of it...don't really know what to tell you...sorry!
Yup, that's it.

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You could probably just call up a Jeep parts department and ask them to find it in their computer system if you haven't already.
Tried that, and they couldn't find it.
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ColinW thanks for your efforts on this though.
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maybe try to call Dana/Spicer
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i've done some checking and i can't find it as a single part either. it's probably another one of those parts that chrysler decided not to sell individually so that you would have to fork out the cash for an entire axle.
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it's probably another one of those parts that chrysler decided not to sell individually so that you would have to fork out the cash for an entire axle.
Yup, and I don't think there is any aftermarket ones available yet.

What about you people carrying spare axle shafts, are you carrying shafts without tone rings?
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Are you replacing your rear axle shafts Phil? Silly question, but are the rings removable from the old shafts? If not, is there something special about them that would prevent a machine shop from fabing a set?
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Are you replacing your rear axle shafts Phil?
Yup, I actually meant to do it months ago, but have not gotten around to it.

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Silly question, but are the rings removable from the old shafts?
You can remove them easy enough, just pull the collar and bearings off, but I was hoping to leave the shafts intact with bearings and tone rings in place, so they would be ready to use spares.
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My friend works for the dealer and I had him look it up, they are only available as part of the axle shaft assembly.

How about some of the companies that offer aftermarket axles??

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My friend works for the dealer and I had him look it up, they are only available as part of the axle shaft assembly.
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How about some of the companies that offer aftermarket axles??
As far as I am aware, none of them offer the tone rings, but I'm sure someone will sooner or later.
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Yup, I actually meant to do it months ago, but have not gotten around to it.

You can remove them easy enough, just pull the collar and bearings off, but I was hoping to leave the shafts intact with bearings and tone rings in place, so they would be ready to use spares.
What about the machine shop option? If they are removable couldn't you have them duplicated? Possibly this would be cost prohibitive. I donno...
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What about the machine shop option? If they are removable couldn't you have them duplicated? Possibly this would be cost prohibitive. I donno...
Probably cost as much as a new axle. I was thinking it'd be real easy to get some chrome moly rear shafts, put on new bearings, seals and tone rings and do a quick R&R on the rears as I don't have a hydraulic press or alternative means of transport. That would have also provided me with instant spare axles. This'll probably end up being the job I have to pay someone else to do.

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Here you go... From both the 2007 and 2008 parts catalogs, for either Dana axle:




#3 RING, Axle Shaft, Part # 83503077, Qty 2

And your dealer could not find this or is it not the right part???

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Here you go... From both the 2007 and 2008 parts catalogs, for either Dana axle:

#3 RING, Axle Shaft, Part # 83503077, Qty 2

And your dealer could not find this or is it not the right part???
That's not the tone ring, that's the collar that holds the bearings in place. The tone ring is not shown on that diagram, which is the problem, as it appears it only comes with the axle shaft.
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I see where Dave over at Currie is advertising his D60's as coming with the tone rings. Maybe if we ask him real nice, he'll give us his source on them...

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I see where Dave over at Currie is advertising his D60's as coming with the tone rings. Maybe if we ask him real nice, he'll give us his source on them...
Yeah I saw that, but they are for 60 shafts, but it may well be worth asking them. Thanks.
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Dave at Currie is a super cool dude.

I can't believe you can't buy the fawkin tone ring, how stupid is that.

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Dave at Currie is a super cool dude.

I can't believe you can't buy the fawkin tone ring, how stupid is that.
I asked the parts guy the same question. I think he's really starting to hate me.

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