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Old 23 September 2014, 14:28   #11
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Old 23 September 2014, 17:41   #12
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Recon this is what you need Pair of Trailer Hubs - 4/4" PCD (complete with bearings) | eBay
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Okay that is a weird hub. They have sealed bearings. The ones posted by Nick are not a sealed bearing.
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Does it matter if I replace the hub with another that is
1. Circular and not square
2. Not using sealed bearings?
Also, what difference is there between 4" PCD and 100mm PCD?
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Probably better off measuring with a set of calipers.

Measure inside-to-inside and outside-to-outside of the holes, and split the difference to get center-to-center measurement.

Ditto for tool for the spindle diameter measurement.

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To answer the question of can you swap hub bearing styles, that depends on what the spindle can accept, and Euro parts are different than here. Measure the spindle and see what corresponds.
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The centre to centre measurement is 101.5mm, the wheel has 2.50A X 8H2 on it and is made by Starco (I believe) and the spindle is 25mm/1 inch
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I went back and looked the picture of the spindle. I am going to say no to using non sealed bearings, as the seal would have to ride on the really rusty part of the spindle. Get the exact same hub and bearing setup.
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That is a 4" pcd hub & probably a 1" shaft so you should be able to get standard taper bearing type hubs which are readily available & fairly cheap
You will need to check that the stub axle isn't an odd length but it doesn't look it
The seals on standard bearings run on the hub so the rusty shaft won't matter
Although you will want to clean it up so the inner bearing slides on easily to the shoulder
The ones in the link nick herne sent should be ok but ask if they are pressed steel as the pressed steel ones aren't as good as the solid type
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