Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by topless1tonk5, Feb 9, 2002.
dont want to spend $30.00 for somthing that i will use for 2min and never use again. thx--j.c.
If you go to Autozone, you can rent one and then get all of your money back when you return it.
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just a thought but you might want to fill out your profile so at least we can tell you are at...So if someone is close they might be able to help ya out..
I'm just taking a wild a$$ed guess here, but judging by the title of his post, I'd bet that he's in Littleton, Colorado!
Mac Tools sells a dual pattern hub socket that fits the 4-pin front bearing nuts and also fits the 6-pin rear bearing nuts on a 14-bolt FF. It's a pretty handy thing to keep in the toolbox.
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Checkers also rents hub sockets (just leave a deposit).
I bought a dual pattern (6 & 4) at Pep boys for around $30, I think it is a Lisle? The 4 pin part of it acutally works better than most of the 4 pin only style.
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Ya just relooked at the post and I had a (duh) moment lol anyway you could still fill it out he he....
Re: anyone in littleton co. have a 6-prong hub socket that i could borrow 1
Which 6 prong socket do you need? For a 14ff or a Dana 60? I have both. Let me know I live in Brighton, Colorado. 303-654-0901 or 303-868-7598. Later Ed
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