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I need D60 Hubs

Discussion in 'Parts & Trucks Wanted' started by JK5, Feb 7, 2002.

  1. JK5

    JK5 1/2 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    I can get a good price on a D60 Dually front, I`m looking for single wheel hubs, so I can drop this unit into my K5.

    77 K10 Blazer zz4/350, 350 trans, NP205, d44, 14bff<P ID="edit"><FONT class="small">Edited by JK5 on 02/07/02 05:31 AM.</FONT></P>
     
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    If you are "REALLLLLLLLY"desperate i have the dealer pt#, the bad part is you might as well just buy a single wheel 60 for cheaper[​IMG]

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    83 Chevy, 350, sm465, lincoln locked14ff, (soon to be- spooled dana 60, flatbed,and 39.5" TSL's)
     
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    Like how much new from the dealer?



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  4. JK5

    JK5 1/2 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    Dealer cost on hubs is $128 each! D60 in Ohio goes for 1000 to $1400! Everone treats them like there gold here!
     
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    $128 for one bearing hub? Man, if that's the case, get me the part number so I can order some!!! That's not a bad price at all!!
    I saw one D60 bearing hub on eBay, USED, and it was already bidding at or over $125!! [​IMG]
    So, for the price you listed, for a NEW one, that's a steal!! [​IMG]



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    i thnk he means the lockout hubs, here are some prices i got the othere day

    Caliper brackets - $190.74 R
    $180.40 L
    Spindle - $360 43 EACH
    hub w/ rotor and bolts[​IMG] $543 EACH

    I about pooped my pants when i saw these prices!! if anyone needs these parts and have to go through the dealer i have part #'s too.

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    83 Chevy, 350, sm465, lincoln locked14ff, (soon to be- spooled dana 60, flatbed,and 39.5" TSL's)
     
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    At first I thought that price was for lockouts, too, but when I reread his post, he said he got a dually D60 and wanted "hubs" for single wheel. So, I assumed he meant the bearing hubs.

    I kind of figured bearing hubs are way more expensive than the price he quoted. That's why I say to JUMP on those bearing hubs IF that price is correct.

    BTW, I have gotten D60 locking hubs, new, for $125 before. And those were the Warn standard manual hubs.



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    My experience on Dana 60 front bearing hubs are about $250 to $300 a pair used in good condition. New I have seen anywhere from $420 to $580 each depending on where you check.

    I have a pile of Ford Dana 60 single wheel hubs if you want to go through the hassle of doing the conversion. $100 each.
     
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    I also just bought all new parts for my Dana 60 off the net.

    Inner shafts- $75 each
    35 spline outers, $70 each
    Axle joint- $40 each
    Spindles- $90 each with new bearing
    Bearing nut kits:$25 each set.

    I'll try to dig up the guys name if anyone is interested. All of these parts were brand new in sealed Dana/Spicer boxes.
    The guy shipped them right out. No surprises.
     
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    was this guy in San Antonio, i think i know the same guy


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    The guy was from Memphis, TN.
     
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    Is he the guy that usually has parts to rebuild D60's on ebay?

    See <a target="_blank" href=http://coloradok5.com/gallery/Waynes-Toy>Project Mighty Mouse</a> here.
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  13. JK5

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    I found used hubs complete, a yard had single wheel hubs (his axle was bent) and wanted the dual wheel hubs, so I pulled off a trade!! Lucky I guess!! I`m going to check with my Chevy parts guy to make sure $128 is the right price!!
     
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    Just so you know, you can machine the dually hubs down to accept normal style wheels. It can take a little time but I think it is well worth it. I did it for my blazer and have had no problems what so ever. I also run after market wheels, so I was able to make the diameter of the hub slighty larger, stronger than a single wheel style hub. Not that I have seen a d60 hub fail yet, but I have heard storys... PM me if you want some more info. Good luck.
    Mike

    The jeep eater ......[​IMG]
     

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