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    Need a hub for a i beam axle 69 G10

    I got a 69 G10 van, I was goin through the brakes and wheel bearings and noticed I might have warped hub surface. If anyone has a good used one or know if there are any after market companies that offer it?? I would appreciate some input thanks in advance

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    I am damn sure that you have to pirate one off of another van out there, as they aren't being made. Saw a van sit in a shop for over a month, because the mechanic had to hunt it down used.

    _That said_, I want to say that I have a whole front axle up in Portland, OR just sitting around... I'll check and see.

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    Hub?

    Knuckle / Spindle as circled below?


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    I have a couple spare hubs. I will send you a PM



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    Quote Originally Posted by gfleduc View Post
    Knuckle / Spindle as circled below?


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    the hub is what slides onto the spindle and houses the wheel bearings.. The surface where the drum mates to is warped on mine. Hence why I need a new one

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    Most GM cars with front drums in the 60s and early 70s used the same hub. I think you can still get them new when ordered for one of the cars.

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    the title of the thread is hub but the part circled is the spindle, somewhat confusing.
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    Hub

    The spindle photo was my bad posting; not the originator's (Frizzle Fry) inquiry - lost my head and forgot what the hub was. Hopefully this will help make up for that...With kookykrispy offering & M1dadio nice list in his post, you should be covered...

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    just PM'd you pics of my spare hub. Check your PM's and let me know



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    Quote Originally Posted by m1dadio View Post
    Most GM cars with front drums in the 60s and early 70s used the same hub. I think you can still get them new when ordered for one of the cars.

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ID:	38292sorry for the poor quality image. My old photos dont seem to want to upload to this site so I had to use the snipping tool to get the image here.

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    Thank you that's some good info

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