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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-16-2007, 12:38 AM Thread Starter
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there was once a person on this website that had a nice web page set for drilling our hubs to the 4.5 bolt pattern with good prices. i used to have his page bookmarked but my old computer fried so i lost it. i believe it was some type of geocity webpage. anyhelp? thanks!
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it may be cheaper to swap in fresh bearings and do the actual hubswap.




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i have a parts car that im gonna pull the hubs off. the guys prices were around 60$ per pair so if i do it this way i'll have no down time and i wont have to buy 200$ cobra rear hubs plus the 50$ mustang hubs at a JY
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Not sure if this guy was ever on this site, but here is a link to his IRS Machining Services webpage.

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i have a parts car that im gonna pull the hubs off. the guys prices were around 60$ per pair so if i do it this way i'll have no down time and i wont have to buy 200$ cobra rear hubs plus the 50$ mustang hubs at a JY
you are willingly going to use old hubs sitting at a junk yard? new ones are 70$.




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Not sure if this guy was ever on this site, but here is a link to his IRS Machining Services webpage.

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thanks! thats exactly what i was looking for
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