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Sycostang67

How many bolts hold your hubs on?

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So I did the 3rd gen brake upgrade today and while looking things over noticed I only have 2 bolts holding my driver side hub bearing on.  I know removing weight helps with mpg/performance and all, but this seems a tad overkill.  I ordered a new set of bolts, should arrive tomorrow morning....and I will be taking my car.

 

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:lmao:removing waight, congrats on brakes but yeah. .... are they broke inside or threads may damaged, don't think they fell out from vibration but these trucks do rattle :cummins:

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Just pull the Cummins that will save a ton of weight and fuel consumption will diminish greatly

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Threads didn't appear damaged, I cleaned them up real good yesterday when everything was apart.  I got my new bolts today and they went right in.  I applied some loctite so hopefully I don't lose them again. 

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