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Location: New Martinsville, West Virginia
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So, just to check...
If I remove my E99 unit berring/hub assembly, and rotor, and replace it with a later (as in 2000) style hub assembly and rotor, it should bolt up, and work no problems? Caliper spacing will be ok, I noticed that there is about 1/4" diffrence in the rotors when compairing mine about a week ago... had the left front hub off the red truck, and while doing so, compaired the rotor to an old one off my yellow dually. The diffrence is in the 'backspacing' for lack of a better term... as if the hub assembly is about 1/4' deeper on the later model trucks, pushing the lug nuts/wheel mounting surface out a little, keeping the rotor centered in the caliper?
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