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 Post Posted: Fri Jun 30, 2006 11:01 pm 
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ok all... there are three bolts that hold the unit bearing to the knuckle on a d30.

I need the circle size that these three bolts make.

anyone?

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jkirisits wrote:
ok all... there are three bolts that hold the unit bearing to the knuckle on a d30.

I need the circle size that these three bolts make.

anyone?

Not too big....but not too small either....

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Chuck wrote:
jkirisits wrote:
ok all... there are three bolts that hold the unit bearing to the knuckle on a d30.

I need the circle size that these three bolts make.

anyone?

Not too big....but not too small either....


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Working on it...give me just a sec....

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I'm gonna say it measures about 5"......now don't go milling some peice of steel off of my measurement...cause i did it in CAD after talking to my parts rep at NAPA. But from what i can tell it's a 5" circle, with three holes on it...distance he gave me was 4.375 from one hole center to another hole center, triangulate that, and you put another circle over it, you get a 5.05" circle....

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I'm gonna say it measures about 5"......meow don't go milling some peice of steel off of my measurement...cause i did it in CAD after talking to my parts rep at NAPA. But from what i can tell it's a 5" circle, with three holes on it...distance he gave me was 4.375 from one hole center to another hole center, triangulate that, and you put another circle over it, you get a 5.05" circle....



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Chuck wrote:
I'm gonna say it measures about 5"......meow don't go milling some peice of steel off of my measurement...cause i did it in CAD after talking to my parts rep at NAPA. But from what i can tell it's a 5" circle, with three holes on it...distance he gave me was 4.375 from one hole center to another hole center, triangulate that, and you put another circle over it, you get a 5.05" circle....


must be a slow day at the office.

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kennedy wrote:
Chuck wrote:
I'm gonna say it measures about 5"......meow don't go milling some peice of steel off of my measurement...cause i did it in CAD after talking to my parts rep at NAPA. But from what i can tell it's a 5" circle, with three holes on it...distance he gave me was 4.375 from one hole center to another hole center, triangulate that, and you put another circle over it, you get a 5.05" circle....


must be a slow day at the office.

Yeah, that took me a whole 2 minutes....and 1 of them was to start my PC...

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