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    Default Needing 10k geared hub replacement or rebuild service.

    Right front geared hub came apart the first few miles after getting the truck. Spindle threads and spline in the gear itself are damaged but not terribly. I would prefer to rebuild the hub since it came apart. I'd be willing to send a core for a replacement, rebuild service, etc.. Or if it's "Really not that bad to do yourself" please send some instructions or TM. All help would be appreciated.

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    Probably best if you post what truck you're having issues with. Hard to get an estimate together when you dont know if its a Kia or a PLS.

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    Sorry about that (late night).. I need a geared hub replacement or rebuild service for a 1991 M998. The splines inside of the larger gear are rounded about 50% due to the spindle coming out while driving. I can't find a place to pick up complete hubs besides eBay, however I wouldn't mind rebuilding the hub I have or selling it as a core when buying a hub.

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    Ouch.

    Someone remind me to check the spindle locking nuts before I put too many more miles on my truck.

    Kind’ve been “assuming” it would’ve been done at the time all HMMWV’s were “grounded” twenty years ago until this problem was fixed.

    Just one more thing...
    A day without rivnuts is like a day without a Humvee mod.

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