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Jubilee rear hubs loose.

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Earl Krol

04-23-2019 09:06:47

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The rear hubs on my jubilee appear to be loose. rear hub nut is tight. but wheel still chucks a little. Any advice or experience with this ?

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04-23-2019 10:28:28

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 Re: Jubilee rear hubs loose. in reply to Earl Krol, 04-23-2019 09:06:47  
JMOR is correct, and the proper repair is to replace parts. That said, you *may* be able to tighten it up by getting an appropriate sized washer to make up for the wear. The washer in question will need to have a big enough ID to slip over the shaft and press on the hub.

If you try the washer trick and it appears to work, don't just tighten it down once and move on with life. Drive it around and tighten it again, and keep doing that multiple times until the nut stays tight. If the nut stops moving and stays tight, you should be good to go.

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04-23-2019 09:29:51

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 Re: Jubilee rear hubs loose. in reply to Earl Krol, 04-23-2019 09:06:47  
once the splines on the hub &/or axle are worn enough that the nut will not pull them together tight, the only solution is new hub and or axle. Hub softer material wears more, so sometimes you can re-use axle.

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