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Old 06-27-2010, 04:43 PM
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Clutch & Hub Assembly Suggestoins

I need a driver side wheel hub assembly and a new clutch soon. Does anyone have any suggestions from past experience? I called Orielly's and they had 2 different hub assemblies ranging from $109 to $320 and the std clutch kit was $390 and HD Clutch kit was $440. Looks like I am going to have to wait on my pillar gauges and hpop and fuel cross connect kits
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if i were you and i needed new front hubs i would get some warn hubs. and i have a question....where did you find a hd clutch kit for $440?
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Old 06-27-2010, 08:01 PM
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I need the hub assembly not the lockouts, I actually just put new Warn lockouts in it when I bought it though. I found the HD Clutch kit through Orielly's, I get my uncle to order it for me since he owns a shop in town and I can get his discount. But they gave me the two different options for the clutch kits and the guy said the HD had a "carbon graphite?" clutch disk I guess. The only thing I have ever put a clutch in was my 83' 3/4 chevy and that was cheap ($120) and simple.
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After replacing way too many hubs (6 drivers and 1 passenger) I went with a dynatrac freespin kit. A bit on the spendy side but I now have REAL wheel bearings instead of units. No more hub problems. As for the clutch, I bought a LUK kit. It came with clutch, pressure plate, flywheel, pilot bearing and throw-out bearing. For the most part weather to go with a standard or an HD clutch is going to depend on how often and how much you tow and personal prefference. Thats my thought on the situation
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