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Need help hub is trashed

Well im stuck in lexington TN right now and the truck is at a shop. Im pretty sure the inner wheel bearing blew out, not sure how with only 1000 miles on em, but the hub let go and the spindle is trashed and im sure the hub is also. Ive got a spindle on the way but i have no idea where to get a front hub. If anyone knows where to get one or if someone has a spare please let me know. thank you, tony


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Any D50 or D60 HUB will work, but it needs to be from like 90+ older D50's had D44 size hubs. I threw the word out for you, I can probably get you a hub, but I cant get it out that way for a few days with shipping.

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i have a spare hub and anything else you might need, but i'm in MD

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I could probably get my hands on a hub or 2 myself but I have no way of getting it to you. Although I'm in Alabama so I'm probably closer than anyone of us the commented

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Well ive got a buddy back home shipping me the one off of my old D50. I appreciate the help guys. Hopefully they can get me back on the road sooner than later


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ts 6 pos./Autometers
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The number one killer of our hubs is people who dont know what they are doing putting them back together (no insult intended). What happens is there is an inner bearing nut that has a pin on it. Tighten that down to the needed specs then install the locking ring (ring with a lot of holes in it and an alignment tab). People usually just ram those in there. What needs to be done is that pin lined up to work into the locking ring. If that pin is missing on the inner bearing nut that should be replaced as without that lock the inner bearing nut can back off without anything to stop it. Ive run into this issue a few times myself while checking front ends out

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I have one in the floor I've been kicking for months, pm me if you still need it, I can next day it and I'm in north ga so closest

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