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Dually front hubs ?

Ive got a 92 f350 dually with a old diesel that I just picked up.
It is missing a bed and so I was thinking of just tossing the dually wheels. Just going with standard wheels, and picking up a cheap long bed. My question is, To do this does the front hubd just have spacers to accept the dually rims, or do I need to replace the whole hub? Thanks

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Re: Dually front hubs ?

You need to replace the whole hub that spins on the spindle.

Is this a 4X4? If so I have brand new Ford hubs for that application sitting at home that I decided not to use. Let me know if you are interested in them.

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Re: Dually front hubs ?

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You need to replace the whole hub that spins on the spindle.

Is this a 4X4? If so I have brand new Ford hubs for that application sitting at home that I decided not to use. Let me know if you are interested in them.
It is a 2wd.

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Re: Dually front hubs ?

If they stayed the same on my 1995, then it looks like the hub/rotor would be the difference. Check your local parts store for replacements, they may not be as much as you'd fear. I recently replaced mine due to heat cracks in the rotors. Hopefully the single-wheel versions would be cheaper.

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