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Old 09-29-2017, 11:07 AM
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Default Mouting a 4x110pcd douglas wheel to a 1" axle with 3/4 unf threads?

I am looking for a way to mount a 4x110pcd wheel to a 1" axle with 3/4-16 unf threads. Any idea for a hub? Most atv hubs I find have splines.
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A hub with a 1" bore... Add a 1/4" keyway to both, use a key. Secure with a nut and cotter pin.

Edit:is it 3/4" or 1" OD??
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Okay, this is most certainly NOT an engine OR clutch issue, is it?

MOVED!

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PS you sure it's a metric bolthole pattern and imperial bolts? that sounds odd..
4x4" with UNF threads sure, 4x100 with M12 (maybe M14) sure..
metric and imperial mixed sounds strange
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(maybe M14)
M14? Please show me links to this elusive thread size...

I live in a country which adopted the metric system over 40 years ago & I've searched for M14 nuts & bolts without success...
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https://m.ebay.com/sch/i.html?cmd=SK...tric+bolts+m14
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std nuts and bolts in M14 I don't remember seeing myself too often.. wheel bolts I know there are plenty..
example:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/10-x-Radschr...-/322582431819

but you can surely find them yourself pretty easily (since that size is not really uncommon to be frank)

But you were asking for standard nuts and bolts I guess.. sooo

DIN 933 bolts
https://www.schraubenkasten.de/schra...uben/a-200058/

They also carry various other types of bolts (allan head , actual bolts not screws etc...)
as well as nuts:
https://www.schraubenkasten.de/mutte...inkt/a-202011/
and of course winged, acorn, half height, collared and welding nuts..

Sorry for the german links, but that was easiest for me, since I ordered there a few months ago
And I guess you were asking for verification of that elusive size, not links where you can actually buy them, correct?
In case you really need some and cannot find them on your edge of the world,
drop me a line, I'll happily throw some in a box and send them your way

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Oh see.. Thanks Randy.. that's indeed much quicker
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So, obviously, I've been looking on the wrong places...

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A hub with a 1" bore... Add a 1/4" keyway to both, use a key. Secure with a nut and cotter pin.

Edit:is it 3/4" or 1" OD??
Ok. I see. thank you. The axle is 1" od
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