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ADA Billet Rear Hub Carrier Set for HPI Baja 5B/5T I need help.

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Old 04-25-2011, 05:30 PM
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ADA Billet Rear Hub Carrier Set for HPI Baja 5B/5T I need help.

I went to install these tonight and my Hex just won't go on it look's like the hole's are lined up and everything but I'm thinking the ADA Part is just a bit to thick and that is what's stopping the Pin from going threw anyone else have this problem.I'm thinking the backside of the ADA Carrier may need standing just a bit,I have also tried pulling the Axle out as far as I can and the thing just won't come out any farther so I know it's not that and the screw's are all really tight please help as I'm not sure what to do,anyone else have this problem.

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Old 04-25-2011, 06:02 PM
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i have a set on one of my units and dont recall having any issue but i have read threads about an issue here. im sure you will get a new set free but i am one that had no issue wit bearing alignment either.
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I ran ADA Hubs for years before going to Hostile Hubs, can you post a picture?? What color hubs are they? I might have a used set laying in the parts box..
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I got them to fit they were'nt very much at all they were so close the Holes looked like they were lined up Perfectly,all I did was use a Vise that had a Flat spot on it for Hammering on and Persuaded the Pin with a Flat Punch and a Hammer it was in the Pin's best interest to go in the hole and so it did.They fit good now that I ran the Pin threw both ways a few times to loosen the tight fit up.
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I got them to fit they were'nt very much at all they were so close the Holes looked like they were lined up Perfectly,all I did was use a Vise that had a Flat spot on it for Hammering on and Persuaded the Pin with a Flat Punch and a Hammer it was in the Pin's best interest to go in the hole and so it did.They fit good now that I ran the Pin threw both ways a few times to loosen the tight fit up.
Ok bud glad you got things to work
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