View Full Version : dana 44 dually hubs???
07-13-2003, 06:18 AM
does anybody know where to order/part #'s for the dually hubs. i am putting hummer rims on and want to keep the back spacing on them. i am getting the rims cheap and dont want to put the money in them that it would cost to change backspacing.
4 inch lift
360 avenger,intake,msd,crane cam,headers
727 tci kevlar kit w/mod valve body
soon rear dana 60 and at least 4.56s with a soa
07-13-2003, 06:49 AM
Don't have the part numbers but you can get them off of pre Dana 60 1 on Dually Chevy trucks. I think 76 and earlier or somewhere around that. Besure to get the bracke calpiper braket and calipers cause you get to upgrade to one ton brakes. Big improvement.
I have a complete setup in my garage sitting on the floor but that Dana 20 loving Scotty dude has spoken for them. These came off of a 74 1 on dually truck with the HD Dana 44.
07-13-2003, 08:10 AM
if dana loving 20 does not get them, how much would you want for them. i am from the south and that kind of truck is hard to find.hd anything is hard to find:)
07-13-2003, 11:27 AM
is that all there is to the swap ? just change out the hubs and brakes ?
07-13-2003, 11:29 AM
07-13-2003, 01:39 PM
Originally posted by FSJeeper:
I have a complete setup in my garage sitting on the floor but that Dana 20 loving Scotty dude has spoken for them. dont you start ;) tongue.gif
jeepzilla,look thru the 4x4 mags until you see the little add for wheel spacers. seems like you can get a set of 2" bolt on wheel spacers for round $100,that may be another option. also,what axle are you currently running? swapping in a GM 10 bolt or 44 will also gain you some room
07-13-2003, 01:43 PM
just kidding bout the purchase scotty smile.gif i have a 44 in the front now. i checked on the spacers, and the biggest one they have is 2 in. i dont know if this is enough for the hummer rims. how much wider will it be with just adding the 3/4 ton hubs????
360 with goodies
727 with goodies
[ July 13, 2003, 07:47 PM: Message edited by: jeepzilla47 ]
07-13-2003, 01:53 PM
they have something like 7" of backspacing.i think even with a 2" spacer i think youll have clearance prollems withthe leaf springs and shocks if youre runing a NT jeep axle. if its a widetrack,i think it would be better,but dont kow if that would be enuff or not. a full width chebby axle and prolly all youd need to worry about is if the rim was going top hit the steering arms
also,i wasnt giving you a hard time bout trying to purchase them,it is simply my supreme duty to stir up trouble with mr fsjeeper about the strength of d20s ;) i dont think he gives them enuff credit. smile.gif
[ July 13, 2003, 07:58 PM: Message edited by: scotty ]
07-14-2003, 12:31 AM
On my front Dana 60 I needed at least 4" spacing to make the Hummer rims work. Dually front hubs and rear adapters worked perfect.
07-14-2003, 12:34 AM
Hear is a pic of Hummer rims with 38.5x14.5x16.5 Swamper SX's on my project FSJ.
07-14-2003, 12:43 AM
Originally posted by FSJeeper:
Hear is a pic of Hummer rims with 38.5x14.5x16.5 Swamper SX's on my project FSJ.http://froadin.com/pascal/m715_wag2.jpg
07-14-2003, 05:06 AM
ok just some info. that I have found out about useing hummer rims.
One I have seen a guy running them on a single wheel d60 but he did not have hi stearing. It just fit by about 1/2 in. This was pic off of the PPR board. So it can be done.
Are you getting the run flats with them? If you are not I would not even mess with them then. The run flat part is what makes them beadlocks.
Also there is a place that sale new weld in centers for hummer rims for 150 + the ride(I think that is the right price) I also seen that on the PPR board.
How much are you getting them for? Just wanted to see how cheap?
07-14-2003, 01:27 PM
yeah the run flats come with them. you can also get the rubber insert to replace the magnesium piece from usa 6x6. i am getting 5 rims for 200 bucks. what is the ppr board? i talked to a local four wheel drive shop and they havent seen a hd 44 axle in a chevy duallie. he doesnt even think he can get the parts. he wants to get the eight lug hubs and add a two inch spacer to it. they say it will fit. ????????????? but by the time i buy the hubs, spacers, and rims, i would about be better off buying a set from usa 6x6 with a custom offset. any ideas????
84 gw in dire need of hummer rims!!!!!!!!!!!!
[ July 14, 2003, 07:32 PM: Message edited by: jeepzilla47 ]
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