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broken hub and missing parts

my pass hub was busted, only recovered an inner piece and a spring and broken bits. after taking it off, going from the other side im missing a snap ring and a locknut so far.
what is the order of parts after putting the bearing assy. on?(broken also)

can the parts im missing be used with warn hubs also, or do i need different nuts and washers?
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Here's what the parts look like (in an Auto Hub, you didn't say which you have) -> Welcome to guzzle's 4x4 Autolock Hub Lubrication Maintenance Web Page

Not sure what LockNut you're referring to...
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not the hub. dont care about them. i have new warns in a box. im talking about the nut and snapring on the stub shaft. and anything else im missing.
THIS caused parts to be non existent.
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Your shaft needs the 2 plastic hex shaped spacers, then the snap ring on it. Everything else is hub, you can just use all warn parts for that.



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Your shaft needs the 2 plastic hex shaped spacers, then the snap ring on it. Everything else is hub, you can just use all warn parts for that.
That is one nasty looking shaft!!


Not to steal the thread, but if the 2 spacers and the ring are all, what would cause the end of the shaft to be able to move up & down at the hub? Bad needle bearings? I have some play on both sides.
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Not to steal the thread, but if the 2 spacers and the ring are all, what would cause the end of the shaft to be able to move up & down at the hub? Bad needle bearings? I have some play on both sides.
You're supposed to...

There's really not any support at the U-Joint from the Axle Tube and, with the hub out, only the Knuckle Seal holds the Stub Axle in place. So movement, even when everything's in place, isn't an indication of a problem (compare it to the other side or another truck and you'll see )
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ended up getting all this:
Superduty D50 & D60 Hub Vacuum Seal
Super Duty Outer Axle Thrust Washer
Super Duty Thust Washer Kit
Axle Shaft Snap Ring, D60

plus the new stub, unit bearing, and hubs.


waiting for one more package to fix the truck finally
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There's really not any support at the U-Joint from the Axle Tube and, with the hub out, only the Knuckle Seal holds the Stub Axle in place. So movement, even when everything's in place, isn't an indication of a problem (compare it to the other side or another truck and you'll see )

Little bit of play on both sides, going to do the Needle bearing service next week but being prepared to do the u joints while i'm there!
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