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04-16-2003 19:20:59

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have a rear hub that has no splines and wobbles on shaft. anyone ever tried to weld up and regrind to fit the shaft?

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04-17-2003 06:15:01

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 Re: B rear wheel hub in reply to steve, 04-16-2003 19:20:59  
We have one that did that when we got it. If the splines arent too wore out u could do what dad did to ours if you have the heavy cast hub. He pulled it off and took a hand grinder and lightly went around the backside of the hub(that faces the final drives) and took some off of it. When we put it back on it fit like new.

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Eric Egland

04-17-2003 05:39:59

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 Re: B rear wheel hub in reply to steve, 04-16-2003 19:20:59  
Steve, do you mean the five bolt hub?

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04-17-2003 15:56:06

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 Re: Re: B rear wheel hub in reply to Eric Egland, 04-17-2003 05:39:59  
the 5 bolt hub is for the C, the B has a center splined shaft about 2 inches in diameter that is tapered slightly. i had one a little loose and did what Juntin said, worked great. THe second tractor has about 1/4 inch wear on the diameter of the hole and very little "spline" left.

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04-17-2003 19:21:26

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 Re: Re: Re: B rear wheel hub in reply to steve, 04-17-2003 15:56:06  
I know you don"t want to hear whatI did to solve the same problem, but here it is , I got two Ford 8n hubs they fit the stub axel ,drilled 4 holes for lug bolts used the nut to hold the hub on the stub, works goood cost me less than 50.00. Hope this helps

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