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Dana 44 hub size?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by pvfjr, Nov 16, 2005.

  1. pvfjr

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    I was trying to figure out if some 16" rims that someone is selling would fit on the dana 44 of our S10 (44 from a wagoneer). The only problem I was seeing is the center hole of the rim possibly being too small to slide over the hub. How big is the hub of a D44 anyway? You guys think these will fit?
    http://seattle.craigslist.org/pts/111584310.html
     
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    ...?
     
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    Look a little small to me.
     
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    That's what I was afraid of. Would've been a nice deal, too bad.
     
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    Internal or external hub?
     
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    Internal.
     
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    Mine measure a hair over 3 7/16" and stock wheel opening is just under 3 1/2".
     
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    Thanks for the info. I'll send the guy the measurement, though I'm doubtful that they'll work.
     
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    I don't know if they changed the center on the rear axle flange between '95 & '97, but a '95 is 3 1/16". I doubt they went back up to the old size. I would say it won't fit.

    ...and you owe me a cup of coffee, its cold outside :D
     
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    You actually went outside and measured? Now that's a dedicated mod! Thanks again for the measurement then. :bow:

    I know the info is floating around here somewhere, I thought maybe you found it. Darn search function excludes "hub" and "44", so I was crippled.
     
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    I tryed searching for too & just got frustrated. I'm just glad the stuff I have laying around was usefull for something.
     

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