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14 Bolt Hub Rebuilding

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 8t7jimmy, Jun 7, 2006.

  1. 8t7jimmy

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    Does anybody have an exploded view and assembly instructions for 14 Bolt hubs? When i bought my 14 Bolt it was disassembled, so i am not sure how it all goes together. Pirate has a lot of info, but nothing on the assembly of the hubs. I found a thumbnail exploded view on Pirate, but that is all i can find.

    Sorry for the newbie question, but i can't find anything when i search.

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    Thanks! That helps, but still a few questions. Do the bearings / Races get pressed in or can i put them in by hand?

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    I always just use a punch and a hammer. I don't remember, but I think it's the outer bearing you have to put the bearing in and then knock the race in then there is a snap ring. It's been awhile since I have had mine apart.
     
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    install the inner and outer races with a brass punch,drop in the inner bearing,install the seal,put hub on spindle then install outer bearing,install 1 nut and tourque to spec,install locking ring then outer nut and torque to spec.
     
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    Is'nt their another locking ring in the middle of the hub like the drawing above?
     

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