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Old 09-09-2009, 04:43 PM
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how are ya's? what would be the latest month an early 99 could be? mine is 6/99. that would be late right?
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Yep, yours is a late.
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I also have 199 built 6/99 but the hub bearings seem to be the early 99 style. I attached a picture of my old and the new one based on the 6/99 build date and they do not match? WTF? Could I have a late 99 with Early 99 hub bearings? The cut-off for the bearings is 3-21 and earlier and 3-22 to 04 for the bearings. I got the 3-22 through 04 and they are not the same as the picture shows. If this is truely a late 99 truck/axle(the axle does have the huge pitman arm and the large track bar bolt with the 1" diameter track bar) with early 99 hub bearings, can I use the late 99 hub bearing and just change my rotors to late 99 rotors and call it all good?
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