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Choosing Correct Replacement Hub and Bearings

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im looking for a hub, and bearings assembly. what I have is a 6X6, tapered inner bearing 1- 5/8, and outer 1- 3/8 I bought some Timken bearings, #332-20024, and LM48510-20024 that seem to fit, but when using my old hub it doesnt seem to tighten up tight enough to work when the hub is on the spinal. any help ? I can get pictures if needed.

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The best way to determine the correct replacement hub, bearings, and seal is to measure your spindle in the places where the bearings and seal ride (see attached photo) with a digital caliper # 301-17068 to the 3rd decimal (1.234 for example) and then note the weight capacity for your axle (found on a tag towards the middle) and the bolt pattern for your current hub and wheels (see attached article).

If you can get me this info I can see if we have a replacement available for you.

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