Locking Hub, Aisin - Hilux & Land Cruiser 40, 50, 60, 70 Series - EACH

Article number: FWH20 Aisin
Availability: Out of stock

Manual Locking Hub - fits Toyota solid axle 4WD Pick-ups, Hilux & Land Cruiser 40, 50, 60, 70 Series & other models with 30 splines on the outer end of the Birfield joint.

Genuine Aisin / Toyota locking hub. May be supplied with either a red dial or a gold dial.

Hubs are sold EACH (not as a pair) - select 2 items at check-out if you need 2 units.

These are not the cheaply made knock-offs available on a well-known massive online store.

These are the correct hubs for use with our Manual Locking Hub Adapter kit for replacing Electric Locking Hubs as found on Land Cruiser 70 Series imported from Japan.

These hubs are used on 1981-1989 Toyota solid axle pick-ups, Hilux pick-ups, and 1981-1989 Toyota Land Cruisers.

Kit Contents:

  • 1x Genune made in Japan Aisin Locking hub body & cover (may be supplied with a red dial or a gold dial)
  • 1x Star gasket

Other parts you may need for installation:

Fitment Note 1: Do not fit IFS vehicles as they use a lower spline count and smaller shaft diameter. Check your your part number interchange for fit on other models of Toyota.

Fitment Note 2: Hubs for the 1990 and later Land Cruiser 70 Series and 80 Series use part number 43530-60042 when they were originally fitted with Locking Hubs. These hubs will fit both the 70 and 80 series. 80 Series Land Cruisers may need the snap ring groove relocated if non-locking hub birfields are in place (manual locking hubs used different birfields from the factory).

As supplied, these are Aisin FHT-008 (red dial) or FHT-013 (gold dial)

Aisin Seiki Co. Ltd. - made in Japan

Interchanges with Toyota pn: 43530-60016, 43530-69017, 43530-69045, 43530-69046, 43530-69055 = Land Cruiser part numbers (gold dial)
43530-35012, 43530-39017, 43530-39035 = Mini Truck/Pick up/Hilux part numbers (red dial)

Note: there may be more part numbers associated with this part. The hub dial colour and the application have different part numbers, but as far as I know with my current knowledge, these are all interchangeable.





updated 2020 11 14

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