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Old 06-01-2019, 10:15 PM #16
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if they're 5 on 5.5 I'd think you could re-drill the pattern, clocked, no?



- it's a thought.


Got my rear hubs switched out today and placed a deposit on a new 67Ē wms to wms rearend to complement my front long travel kit





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Ended up buying these two things from speedwaymotors.com to convert my front hubs to 5/8-18 wheel studs. Iíll have to drill out my wheels as well but this should work just fine.




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Inputting this picture here to look at after I drill out the lug studs and start looking into ordering the parts to rebuild the hubs and spindle.

Iíll be keeping the abs tone ring and spacer just going to ultra sonic clean them and polish up the surfaces on the spindle and the hub shaft.


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