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    Yes correct, thanks I fond where I had that and corrected it, thanks!
    24 spline std Micro stub
    27 spline S10 style
    33 is stupid big and was made becasue V8 cars were breaking 24 spline, or so I was told
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    Is there a 24 spline 5 x 4 1/2 lug pattern hub unit bearing available?
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    I searched around and found that Tompro offers a 24 spline hub unit with a 5 x4 1/2 lug pattern. Seams odd that he is the only person selling them. I wonder if it is a off the shelf unit.
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    I see most of you like trailing arms why not 5 point a lot cheaper anyone can build it
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    Your first post: Welcome to the site!

    Have any pic's of the 5 point for a example.
    Last edited by Gotted; 04-22-2012 at 11:13 PM. Reason: add
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    I'm glad I found this write up. I was one of the clueless when it came to this micro stub stuff. Now I feel like I know a little bit more. Yay!
    Joey G.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robbo56 View Post
    Now that its a sticky, can you put the images on another image sharing site please? Pretty please?

    Imageshack is complete crap, demanding registration from all and sundry just to view images. I see their dopey frog all over this site now. Well there's no way they're getting my details.

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    I am glad it is just not me, That frog pissesmeoff it should be microwaved.

    Thanks for the great write up you have cleared up a lot of confusion for me. Thanks.
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    I've also been trying to locate the Timken hub/bearing that these microstub brake kits are using. Is it safe to say that these companies are all producing their own propitiatory spec hubs? That would be hard for me to believe.

    I know for sure Saco buys the common Timken Chevy hub and re machines their own internal spline config.
    I would be nice for us to go to a local auto parts store and get replacement parts if we are on a trip or something. Has anyone located the Timken part numbers for the Racetrim, Jamar, CNC, etc... brake kits?

    Oh and sorry to bring up an old thread for my first post.
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    *Update*
    After hours and hours of research and phone calls, I've finally concluded some things.

    These micro stub brake manufacturers are buying the 1994-97 Chevy S10 hub/bearing #HA590065 and broaching them out to their own spline number. I confirmed this with one of the manufactures.

    I spoke with a salesman at Timken that reps some large auto part stores on the west coast and he said they do not have that S10 style hub/bearing in anything but 27 spline. I sent him photos of the hubs that these companies are selling and he said they are definitely doing secondary machining and adding more splines.
    So if you want to purchase your own S10 hubs from auto parts stores you need to buy the Kartek Pro-Am 27-spline micro stub axle-$350 ea. (rip-off)

    After trying to build my own microstub brake kit I realized its actually cheaper to buy one.
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    I have been going crazy trying to find all this info and you put it together SO well!
    Thanks so much. This should be the first thing newbies ( Like me) read.
    Rick N Brad
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