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Re: Hub Pics old and new

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12-15-2012 04:52:11

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Thats an easy fix . Cut some strips of shim stock and lay them in the splines. Sometimes it takes a bit of trial and error to get the right size. The make sure the hub is torqued properly and you're good to go. I've done this many times and it works out well every time.

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12-15-2012 14:59:17

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 Re: Hub Pics old and new in reply to tractorfix, 12-15-2012 04:52:11  
yep.. back on the 10th I mentioned this...

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12-18-2012 12:10:19

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 Re: Hub Pics old and new in reply to soundguy, 12-15-2012 14:59:17  
I have not worked on this part of N. I was reading Hobo's post and he is talking about a different shim set. I think it goes behind the backing plates to adjust preload on the bearnings?

Getting that whole setup right is important and easy to misunderstand.

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12-18-2012 13:16:59

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 Re: Hub Pics old and new in reply to russb wa, 12-18-2012 12:10:19  
the shims WE are talking about are the ones you cut to shim up a sloppy worn hub and axle.

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