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Old 11-18-2016, 09:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Most compact D60 locking hub?

Most likely going to run hummer bead locks on my 1 ton jeep to help narrow it some (and because the wheels/tires are a direct swap to my actual h1 so i can share spares). Not wanting the hubs to hit so much outside of the wheel. What are some decent strength/compact locking hubs?
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Drive flanges would be the best option for the most clearance.
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Drive flanges would be the best option for the most clearance.
my yukon hardcore locking flanges stick out probably 1/4" more then my RCV drive flanges do, the yukons are very narrow(and strong)
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my yukons stick out maybe what, 1/4"? Go with some drive flanges. Stronger and cheaper.


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Yukon hubs are pretty slim. But if that isn't enough. I've seen on here "hub protectors". Which was a piece of tube capped on the end with a hole just small enough to work the lock out. It then had some tabs that could bolt on top the lug nuts. Kind of similar to the product made for Toyota locking hubs. I just can't find the thread they were in.

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Dynatrac hubs are pretty slim.
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