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This is the outer end of a 1917 Diamond T differential used in a Meteor Hearse:


Similar to yours, but not quite.

The center section was different with a removable rear cover:


Can you see the Diamond T logo stamped in the cover? It's a downward pointing triangle with a D and T overlaid in the center.

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Guest De Soto Frank

I believe Timken was still making drive-axles into the 1950's... the 4WD Willys Jeeps and Utility Wagons & Trucks with the four-cylinder engines use Timken "split-rears" with 5.38:1 ratio...

The 4.88 Danas in my '61 Willys 6-226 4WD pick-up were slow enough for me !

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