Timken announces hub-rebuild kit

Jan. 14, 2011
The two-inch offset loads found on many new axle designs have created a need for a hub rebuild kit. To meet that need, Timken Co. has introduced a set-right heavy duty hub rebuild kit

The two-inch offset loads found on many new axle designs have created a need for a hub rebuild kit. To meet that need, Timken Co. has introduced a set-right heavy duty hub rebuild kit.

The 454-Series of bearings incorporates a special design to meet that two-inch offset that Timken said will allows fleets to maintain consistency and precision in their installation procedures for preset wheel ends.

Timken pointed out it offers the 454-Series set-right hub rebuild kit, traditional set-right kits and MileMate matched sets to meet a variety of wheel-end configurations.

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