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8 lug hubs for 10 bolt

Discussion in 'Parts & Trucks Wanted' started by bottomfeeder, Apr 22, 2005.

  1. bottomfeeder

    bottomfeeder 1/2 ton status

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    I need to get these installed ASAP. I am tired of carrying 2 spares. :mad: anybody have any ideas?
     
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    I've got 'em, but they're the older external hub style. $100 gets hubs(needs rotors), spindles, calipers(cores), backing plates, and stub axles. You pay shipping. They were full time, so you'll need lock outs.
     
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    do i have to get a different set of locking hubs, or can I still use the ones I have?
     
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    his has external drive flanges(full time), yours has internal lockouts, you'd need new lockouts or leave the front axle full time.
     
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    Will I be able to keep my 15"X10" wheels?
     
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    If your 15 x 10 rims are currectly 6 lug, then in order to use them, you'll need some 6 lug to 8 lug adapters.
     
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    Go buy some backing plates from someone then buy rotor/hub assemblies from your favorite auto parts store for ~$80/each. Somebody makes new 3/4 ton front backing plates but I forget who. I saw them on Pirate.
     
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    I have a set of 8 lug 15X10 to go on the front as soon as they are upgraded. I have 6 lugs up there right now.

    Make me an offer I can't rfuse and I will take them off your hands. I am going to have to pay for shipping on those and I bet it's a little on the heavy side. :)
     

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