Summers brothers hubs

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So I’m taking apart my hubs to fix a leak. I notice there are two tapered holes in the drive flange and threads in the hub were full of silicon. Are these two bolts necessary? How safe not to have them? Is this just to make repairs in a race faster?
 

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Crafty,
Call Camburg or Nexgen and get the Locking version.
I got them for my Camburg/Desert Specialties hubs and solved an ongoing problem.View attachment 198151
Thank you. I’ll look into that. I have a home built socket that came with the truck that is going to crap. I hope with finding one that will ease the removal. Are your hubs set up with right hand threads?
 

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Someone took the cheap way out on reassembling those hubs. They are lacking in o-rings and the bots to hold the drive plates on.

N11's are right hand unless otherwise marked left hand.
 

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I got in contact with Jose at Summers Brothers today and it sounds like they carry everything I need to rebuild.
 
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