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Old 03-27-2013, 06:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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92 Ram 250 4X4 rear hub needed

Hi all,
New to the forums. I'm in Baja right now with a inner bearing race that has chewed out the hub. Note on another thread that maybe it can be machined out and sleeved but I would prefer to replace it. Does anyone know of a source that would ship to the border so my broker could forward it? Many thanks for any help.
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About 75% of the time the bearings don't fail it's the wedge that falls out of the nylock spindle nut and then the nut comes loose and then the bearings fail which ruins the hub and or spindle.

To keep that from happening again either put the older style double nut with lock washer or put a new wedge on the nylock nut. I have part no's for either styles.
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