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Old 12-15-2009, 10:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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New 14 bolt 5 and 6 lug hubs.

SpynTec is proud to announce new forged 5 and 6 lug hubs for 14 bolt axles.

The 14 bolt hubs were designed and manufactured with input from customers and dealers to design the GM 14 bolt hubs with an improved wheel flange offset, to not only convert to 5 or 6 lug patterns, but to also narrow overall axle width by 2.25 inches.

Features
• Wheel hubs designed for strength and durability.
• Hubs are CNC machined from a forging.
• Utilizes standard components (studs, bearings, seals) readily available at local parts stores.
• These are a Solid Axle Industries product and are not remanufactured OEM Hubs.

Benefits
• Fits GM 14 bolt spindles
• Replaces cast units
• Converts to 5 on 5.5 or 6 on 5.5 wheel pattern
• Reduces axle build cost by eliminating the need to shorten housing.

Note: Axle shaft flange must be turned to fit the wheel over the shaft flange.

$400 per pair. Call us direct or support our dealers.

On a side note, MAC from C&M Performance is offering shafts and flanges for these hubs. I'm sure he'll chime in here.
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Old 12-15-2009, 06:08 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Man, I wish you'd posted this a week ago Would have allowed me to keep the walkers and not order new wheels. I still may depnding on the following questions...

1. Is the offset you are describing comparable to the dually hubs? I'm desiring a 63" WMS, with a single wheel housing. Using factory stuff, this is done by using dually hubs.

2. Are these in stock and ready to ship?

3. I assume, but want to verify that these will accept stock shafts?
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Old 12-16-2009, 12:17 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Man, I wish you'd posted this a week ago Would have allowed me to keep the walkers and not order new wheels. I still may depnding on the following questions...

1. Is the offset you are describing comparable to the dually hubs? I'm desiring a 63" WMS, with a single wheel housing. Using factory stuff, this is done by using dually hubs.

2. Are these in stock and ready to ship?

3. I assume, but want to verify that these will accept stock shafts?

1. Measured from the face. SRW are 1.81, DRW are 3.85, these are 3.00
2. Of course
3. Yes, but you will have to turn your shaft flange to get the wheel pilot over the flange.

Let me know if you have any more questions.

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Old 12-16-2009, 12:57 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Will be ordering sometime after the new year.
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Will be ordering sometime after the new year.
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Hallelujah! I've been doing websearches off and on for a few months trying to track someone down to do this. Questions:

1) Maximum axle size - 35 spline?
2) Bearing and seal sizes - stock?

3) Recommend anyone for 35 spline side gears or lockers?

Need to go back and figure out measurements compared to front axle - but this should be perfect. Can save my Walkers!
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Hallelujah! I've been doing websearches off and on for a few months trying to track someone down to do this. Questions:

1) Maximum axle size - 35 spline?
2) Bearing and seal sizes - stock?

3) Recommend anyone for 35 spline side gears or lockers?

Need to go back and figure out measurements compared to front axle - but this should be perfect. Can save my Walkers!
The hubs are for common 30 spline 14 bolt shafts which come out to right around 1.5 inches.

These use all stock bearings and races.
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Old 12-29-2009, 09:05 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Will have my set Tomorrow and bouncing off them this weekend.
Thanks Matt / Solid for putting out SOLID products for us to use!
Keep posted for some pics of them being installed on one of our buggys
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These things came together perfect. Will post up build / pics this week
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Any chance in getting these in 8 lug?
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I ordered a pair today, 6 lug, Iam going to build a 14 bolt, Thanks Solid Axle, and Spyn Tec.
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Wow! Awesome product. Two of my buddies shoudl be jumping on this as it will make going 14 bolt in the rear a no brainer and save them the $ and hassle of changing wheels, etc. Killer product idea.
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Do these fit an Eaton rear end? Specifically the ho72?
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Any plans for a 5 on 4.75 (120mm?) Thanks!
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