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Old 04-03-2006, 06:32 PM   #1
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just checking if anybody has a set of hubs for a single axle d -60 gm, i purchased a 60 from a dually ,would be interested in a trade also.
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Old 04-06-2006, 03:34 PM   #2
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anybody with these parts bueller ,bueller ,or a source to buy reasonable
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Try this guy over on pirate. He might have a used set.

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run hummer wheels to off set the back spacing. Double beadlocks and you won't have to re-center the wheels.
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Good luck at "reasonable". I heard of a guy getting some at O'Reillys. Not sure how true that is but... Find the stamped number on the front part of the axle tube (long one) between the steering stabilizer mount and the spring perch. Take that number and call a drivetrain place and see if they can give you the details of that axle. I did with mine just to ensure proper parts. Or just call some parts houses and go for mid 80's K30 front axle hubs. Try e-bay. Type in "Dana 60 front", don't forget the quotes. It's worth a try.
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thanks , found a set for 450 ,, kind of expensive,some talk about machining hubs down,have no idea. if you run regular rims on drw hubs is it only going to make the track wider, what is the negatives?
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i found some on ebay brand new for 195$. cant find who mine from but i thought for brand new stuff it was a decent price.
if the track is that wide id think it would start to make it hard to get into obstacles. alot it can put alot more leverage on the steering parts and wheel bearings.
i say some h1 wheels would look mighty fine on there
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check out ebay there is a set going for 450 with rotors
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