67 KH Disc Wheel Hub Availability.

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  1. Jesus Chrysler

    Jesus Chrysler Forgiving Sins Against Mopar Since 1983

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    So I was knocking out the wheel studs today and I gave my wheel hub an inadvertent bonk and dinged the lip of the outer bearing bore. I dont think its damaged beyond use but I would like to replace it when it's time to replace the bearings.

    Is there a source for these? I'm guessing new is out of the question....
     
  2. krazykuda

    krazykuda Well-Known Member FABO Gold Member How-To Section Editor

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  3. hemi71x

    hemi71x FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    Get a Dremel with a little 80 grit abrasive flap wheel on the end of it, and pretty it up, for use again, if you don't have one.
     
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    • Curt

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      I am in the process of installing early KH discs on my 67 Barracuda. I had the parts shipped to me used and unfortunately USPS lost one of the discs and hub.
      does anyone know if the hubs are different than the drum ones? I had a later A body drum brake hub laying around and it is defiantly different. Thoughts?
       
    • hemi71x

      hemi71x FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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      Your royally screwed.
      In this day and age, disc hubs are the hardest thing to come across, for those KH brake systems.
      They always got thrown away, with the worn out, shot, rotor still attached together.
      And finding just hubs now a days, are unobtanium, dinosaur eggs, hens teeth.
      Sometimes they seem to come out of the woodwork, and other times you can't find them at all.
      How lucky are you feeling?
      And No, drum hubs, and disc hubs, are not the same thing.
       
      Last edited: Sep 10, 2018
    • oldkimmer

      oldkimmer FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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      I may have1 kicking around. Kim
       
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