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Just replaced my rotors & wheel bearings on the front of my 1992 D250 (2WD) 1st gen cummins. I just realized I put the rotors on the wrong sides (they're slotted). Instead of pressing the studs back out & flipping the rotors, I think I'll just swap the whole wheel hub/rotor assembly.

Does anyone know if the actual hubs for these dodges are the same between left & right (driver vs passenger side)? I didn't notice any difference - bearings & seals were all the same. Just want to make sure I'm not doing somethin too stupid.
 

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No difference that I can think of.

Some older trucks may have had LH and RH threaded studs/nuts. But you'd have noticed that by now.
 
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