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As an after thought, the WOG posts have said that usually the drums are not worn out and can still be used. Last year, even though I bought a drum, Cummins took my drivers side and put it on passenger side and the new drum on drivers side (or reverse, lol) so the speedometer and cruise would work. I was supposed to find a machine shop to machine the new drum, but everything is working fine. If it ain’t broke I’m not fixing it! There it sits brand new.
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I got a call into Webb, ill get a price from them tomorrow.

Are these drums all the same for the PT's and FC's ?
Does it matter if they are balanced if they are going to get machined anyway ?
I'd take 2.
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Webb 66883B or 66883F

https://www.webbwheel.com/online_catalog_drums.php

66883B16.50"7"10.35"8.53"11.25"100.81"K Outboard0.507.5416.62108 lbs Notched

66883F16.50"7"10.35"8.53"11.25"100.81"K Outboard0.507.5416.62108 lbs Notched


Also call South Sound Brake and Clutch in Tacoma Washington per Gene Mehr last year post #7






https://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.c...ad.php?t=16907

I spoke to someone over at this place, Genes post is from 13, they can get them from Webb but they are $700. I guess Webb jacks the price way up on stuff that doesn't move. I asked these guys if we took a pallet if they could get this price down. They said they dont have much margin on these since they are already so high from Webb, so no go. Getting them machined or going with no speedo seems the way to save a grand.


I think they do 20 on a pallet, 10 pairs 10 people.
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I'm thinking of going with ABS tone ring on Hub, and pickup sensor. Once fitted you could run off the shelf drums. You can actually adjust the pulse rate the speedometer sees: Vhttp://www.dakotadigital.com/index.cfm/page/ptype=product/product_id=126/prd126.htm

The tone ring may require the hub to be replaced, or possible machined to accept it. They are reasonable: https://www.pscpartsstore.com/en/150abs1554

In my case I am running a Cruise King cruise control already, and my speedometer has quit recording miles traveled. I have used a couple of different speedometers on Jeep rebuilds to convert to digital that are the correct diameter for the motorhome, and easily programmed for different pulse rates per mile, so I will go with a new speedometer and a tone ring.
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Tommy, where would install a 6 1/2” ID ring?
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You could also mount a tone ring on the driveshaft, you may already have a mounting flange on the shaft at the trans output. The transmission housing has a 4 bolt flange at the trans output that can be used to mount a hall effect sensor.
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If you have one notched drum and one plain you can just mount both sensors on the one drum. You can also buy a new single sensor with two discrete outputs, one for the speedo and one for the cruise, if you don't want to make a bracket. The stock speedo and cruise will work like this.
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I spoke to someone at Webb, they stopped making the notched drum in 2017.



The 66892F is the closest without notches its .10 inch smaller, rim to rim front to rear.



If anyone can confirm the right drum to get notched or can confirm the part number for the front, can you please post.
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The Webb no is 66 66892F for the un-notched drum I bought a year ago at $263 from Cummins. 12/skid is fine. Thank you Randy
Hey Kiki, here is the part no for my 87 FC. Randy is getting a price from his guy. Randy has a whole lot more clout than us.
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Default Notched Drum

I’d be happy to go in on the group buy for the notch drums if you all decide.

So count me in!
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