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Can a 5 bolt p80 REAR hub fit on the 93 850 4 bolt axle

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Re: Can a 5 bolt p80 REAR hub fit on the 93 850 4 bolt axle

Post by abscate » Sat Oct 26, 2019 9:51 am

You can just JB Weld the wheel to the hub....or zip tie the four holes to the five..

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Re: Can a 5 bolt p80 REAR hub fit on the 93 850 4 bolt axle

Post by misha » Sat Oct 26, 2019 9:54 am

Did you also replaced air valves on the rims?
They could leak air.
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Re: Can a 5 bolt p80 REAR hub fit on the 93 850 4 bolt axle

Post by JimBee » Sat Oct 26, 2019 8:21 pm

abscate wrote:
Sat Oct 26, 2019 9:51 am
You can just JB Weld the wheel to the hub....or zip tie the four holes to the five..

:lol:
abscate's creative imagination knows no limits—living in that neck of the woods, there's probably an Edisonian gene or two randomly distributed in the NY pool :lol:

Misha: I think the tech changes the stem when he grinds the rim, I'm sure he has in the past on other rims, maybe that one, too. They test for leaks using a spray solution of water with a dash of soap, so when it goes out the door, presumably it's leak-free. There should be a better goo that can fill even the minutest gaps.

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