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Old 14 March 2015, 12:46   #1
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Hub problem

When taking off the other wheel of the trailer I saw I have two different size hubs one is 40mm and the other is 50mm
The trailer is a 2003 Indespension 7 roller coaster
And my other prob is I've just ordered the brakes which I thought was 200x50mm
Any ideas what's my cheapest way to sort this out
Looking at a new hub it's costing 103 pound which is very pricey
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Old 14 March 2015, 13:35   #2
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My advice if you don't want to spend out on a matching hub is to order one other brake set, depending on your type of hubs this link might be able to help avonride knott are quite common hubs, best to take pics and read all numbers on the casting as these can be helpful when ordering





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Old 14 March 2015, 16:01   #3
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Would there be any issue in putting 40mm shoes into the 50mm drum
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Old 14 March 2015, 18:46   #4
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Yes, afraid so.

40mm wide shoes fit in to a 203mm diameter drum.

50mm wide shoes fit in to a 200mm diameter drum.

In other words, the 203x40mm shoes won't fit in to a 200x50mm drum, because they're a larger diameter. It doesn't seem a lot, but trust me, you'll be cursing.

My suggestion is to order a drum that matches the majority of the parts you already have (I'm guessing the 200x50 option, as you've ordered the brakes for that?). An OE blank drum shouldn't be anywhere near that money tbh.
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I'll have to order a new drum so,would u have a link for a new part as I can't find a cheaper part
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http://www.westerntowing.co.uk/acata...6.html#SID=202

Need to make sure you get the right one. Casting number, PCD and boss size will be the info you need, but something like the above perhaps?
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Thanks for that i checked and it has the same bearings as the other one so I ordered one..
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