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Thread: The Soldier B HubHelper for 2.5 ton trucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by hndrsonj View Post
    I would be interested in one as long as the Daytona jack works, that's all I have for jacks.....
    I can't guarantee that every jack will work as there're too many different styles out there. It looks like a smaller bolt may fit in there so if it does and if you can get a nut & washer on the bottom it may work.

    If you want one you'll have to hurry - this batch was laser cut today and I only have (2) of the 2.5 tons that are still up for grabs.

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    My Daytona jack has a M22 x 1.5 thread pitch hole at the top. It’s not the most common bolt. However if you get this bolt, it will make it easier to attach this piece. Just trying to help.

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    I would buy the Daytona jack if you guys could resolve the issue with using it with the hub puller bracket, and post photos explaining how to make it work.

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    Quick update on the HubHelpers: All of the 2.5, 5, and 10 ton HubHelpers have made it through all of their fabrication steps are awaiting a zinc-phosphate bath before getting powder coated.

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    Quick update on the latest batch: all the rings have been powder coated and the base pieces should be getting baked on Tuesday or Wednesday and ready to ship by the end of the week.

    I'm all sold out of HubHelpers at this time so those that are interested can get signed up for the next batch.

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    Is this a sales thread?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fpchief View Post
    Is this a sales thread?
    The sales thread is in the classified section here: https://www.steelsoldiers.com/showth...-10-ton-trucks
    This is an informative / educational thread to discuss & answer questions.

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