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3/4 backing plates and 8 lug hubs

Discussion in 'General Parts for Sale' started by protechk5, Jan 18, 2005.

  1. protechk5

    protechk5 1/2 ton status

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    SOLD 3/4 backing plates and 8 lug hubs SOLD

    as title says off a 3/4 10 bolt $40 for both or $25 for backing plates and $25 for hubs, the hubs need the old rotors pressed off, im going to see if i cant get that done , buyer pays shipping from 22039
     
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    I'll take them. If the rotors are within spec, I'll take them too, if not, please get them presses off. How do you want to be paid?
     
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    do you want the hubs and backing plates?
     
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    yes, and rotors if they are useable.
     
  5. protechk5

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    pm sent
     
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    You have money!

    Thanks!
     
  7. kennyw

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    It does not take a press to get the rotors off if you dont care about the wheel studs. Just take a hamer and drive out the studs and the rotor comes off free after they are all out.
     
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    Or a brass drift.
     
  9. HarryH3

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    You don't even have to mess up the studs. Put a lug nut on so that just a couple of threads of the nut are not quite down onto the stud. Now smack the lug nut with a hammer and push the stud into the hub. Don't get crazy, just a few light smacks should get it moving. Remove the lug nut and move on to the next stud. When you have all 8 studs removed, the hub and rotor separate pretty easily. :xmas:
     

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