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  • Need 100174, 4996 rear wheel hubs for 1972 commando 800 with 1in axle and 2 1/2 inch wheel diameter.

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    Help.  Need 2 rear axle hubs for 72 commando 800.  1in axle diameter. Toro part 100174.  Had to cut old ones off for xmission repair.  AZ axles (3in) won’t work on my 2 1/2 inch wheel hub mount diameter.  5 bolts.



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    That is a very common hub. If you are not in a hurry, there are loads of them for sale at the big Wheel Horse show in June. If you are unable to attend, someone like me can pick them up and ship them. Otherwise, there should be a member with a hub or two on here that can help.

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    Are you running 10" rims by chance? 

    I can take a look in the hub bucket never know what's in there. 

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