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Join Date: Apr 2002
Location: out in the garage - Minneapolis
1) If you need a new rotor, buy whatever rotor fits the hub in question. If you need longer lug nut studs, the auto parts store can order some.
2) Rotors are cheaper to buy, and easier to install than hubs, if the hub is OK, you can leave it alone. If you need one new hub, I would buy the same type as on the opposite side.
3) There is no technical or safety reason that says you cannot have one each of the different hub types on the same axle, but it might make buying new brakes in the future a bit more complicated.
There are plenty of hub install threads and YouTube videos. The basic steps are remove the hub and axle shaft from the axle housing, remove the 36mm axle nut, separate the axle shaft from the unit hub, assemble your new hub onto the axle shaft, and reinstall everything onto the axle housing.
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