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scottrune007

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Im building a new front end for my prerunner, Its a 2000 tundra with centermounted a arms
Any recommendations on cheap hubs?
I am trying to build it on a reasonable budget, but don't wanna spend 2500 to 3500 on hubs.
Please help
thanks
 

scottrune007

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Well those are real nice, But I was thinking 1500 for everything you mentioned including rotors and calipers, maybe something used off of possibly the new Taco, or i heard once you can use the hubs off of the old straight axle toyota?
has anyone tried either of these?
 

Jerry Zaiden

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We sell our front 2" bearing hubs for $995. These are the same hubs used in our Tacoma and Tundra race kits. These are available in 5 on 5.5 and 6 on 5.5. send me an email to jerry@camburg.com if you are interested. We also have two different offsets to chose from....



 

Motiracer38

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If you're not a baller like these guys, you can grab the snout and hubs off a Dana 44 straight front axle. Desert Specialties among others sell a machined plate to weld in to your spindle. That's the way I'm going on my Yota.

I'm not knocking either Blitz or the Burg, If I had the money to spend it would going their way
 

scottrune007

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Thank you Motiracer, What about bolt pattern?
sorry im kinda not knowing anything about hub assembly or even part names.
thanks for any replies
 

Blitzkrieg Motorsports

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Thank you Motiracer, What about bolt pattern?
sorry im kinda not knowing anything about hub assembly or even part names.
thanks for any replies

When running a DANA 44 you have the choice of either 5 on 5.5, 6 on 5.5, and 8 on 6.5. DANA 44 hubs are readily available and work well for someone on a budget.
Keep in mind, if you do decide to run the DANA 44, you can always upgrade to a race style hub down the line. Like Matt had mentioned earlier.
 
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