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Great Buy on Rear Hubs by animal
Started on: 11-25-2012 07:47 PM
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Last post by: Kevin87FieroGT on 02-18-2016 12:08 AM
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Report this Post12-04-2012 08:58 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Kevin87FieroGTSend a Private Message to Kevin87FieroGTEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Got two of them, they look great. Wonder if it was a pricing error, whole sale sell out, or bait for other items. $47 still not a bad price but they will be sitting on them for awhile.

"Thanks Rock Auto" appreciate the deal while it lasted.
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Originally posted by paced84:

Just tried to place an order new price $47.94


Ouch! That is $5.00 more that I paid for 2 of them with shipping! Well, it was a good deal while it lasted!


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Report this Post12-05-2012 03:37 PM Click Here to See the Profile for paced84Click Here to Email paced84Send a Private Message to paced84Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Called about the new price. told that they get tem from a from a supplier that sold out of the $17.94. inventory, New inventory is the new price $47.94

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Mine arrived tonight. I swear I heard sleigh bells and a "Ho, ho, ho!" They are VERY nice looking; I'm glad I pulled the trigger.
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I have both here now for a total of 52 dollars which included shipping to Iowa. Made me happy.
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Got my 2 sets today. They are very nice and it only cost me $42.00
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Got mine and all the other parts I ordered for the Indy yesterday. Not a bad deal.
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Originally posted by cliffw:


How so ?


Sorry, I haven't been getting on here much, and I didn't see the replies. It was supposed to say "modding" and not "molding".

Anyway, mill out the uprights in the front 1mm, grind out the bolts holes on the hub, so they match up with the holes in the upright, mill down the backside of where the caliper bolts onto the upright and then put it together and put a big bolt through the center of the hub.

Now you have very cheap '88 front hubs. The wheels will stick out around 0.25" further than stock, but that is the only change noticeable (and that's not really even noticeable).
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Originally posted by SlowGuitarMan:


Sorry, I haven't been getting on here much, and I didn't see the replies. It was supposed to say "modding" and not "molding".

Anyway, mill out the uprights in the front 1mm, grind out the bolts holes on the hub, so they match up with the holes in the upright, mill down the backside of where the caliper bolts onto the upright and then put it together and put a big bolt through the center of the hub.

Now you have very cheap '88 front hubs. The wheels will stick out around 0.25" further than stock, but that is the only change noticeable (and that's not really even noticeable).


These hubs are designed to be held together by the axle and a large nut. Otherwise, they come apart.

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Originally posted by jaskispyder:


These hubs are designed to be held together by the axle and a large nut. Otherwise, they come apart.


Hence the big bolt through the center.
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Report this Post02-18-2016 12:08 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Kevin87FieroGTSend a Private Message to Kevin87FieroGTEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
They're back. Moog/National rear hubs are back at Rock Auto and on closeout. Great for spares.

We have a set going on 6,000 miles with no issues. Installed per FSM. Torqued hub nut 74# after install, then lowered the car and continued to torque to 200#.

MOOG 513011K {#7466905, 7470002, 7470558}
Rear Hub/Bearing

$17.55

Discount Code (5%) good thru 2/29/2016: 3965904736048015

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