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Re: 70 wheel hubs

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04-08-2013 11:24:13

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Are you talking about the round thing that bolts to the end of the axle to hold the hub on... That has a taper on it that is supposed to run home in the hub?
If so... As the splines and hub wear the hub is able to go onto the axle further. The hub retainer hickey can be faced off some and bored a little deeper so it'll come home in the hub countersink. It'll buy you some more life out of your hub.

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gary in neb.

04-08-2013 12:38:36

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 Re: 70 wheel hubs in reply to Rwolfejr, 04-08-2013 11:24:13  
yup. thats what i was talking about the tapered part.

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Tx Jim

04-08-2013 13:02:51

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 Re: 70 wheel hubs in reply to gary in neb., 04-08-2013 12:38:36  
Yes wedges can wear enough not to tighten again correctly on the axle if allowed to operate loose . Are you positive no foreign material is on axle or wedge or in the cast wheel opening??

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gary in neb.

04-08-2013 13:06:35

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 Re: 70 wheel hubs in reply to Tx Jim, 04-08-2013 13:02:51  
not 100% positive nothing is on there as my son took it apart when i was not there. i asked him and he said there was nothing, but i need to take it apart again and check. it seems super loose to me. in fact you can rock the wheel and almost get the tire to move in one notch.

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Kent Petesen

04-08-2013 16:06:30

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 Re: 70 wheel hubs in reply to gary in neb., 04-08-2013 13:06:35  
Gary sounds like you need the to halves i have them on hand call at 605 270 1844 or email me

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04-08-2013 17:04:22

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 Re: 70 wheel hubs in reply to Kent Petesen, 04-08-2013 16:06:30  
Did you back off the 2 bolts that loosen the wedge?

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