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Dana 30 Warn manual locking hubs.

Does anyone know if any stock rotors from other vehicles will fit these hubs? I have the small hub with the origional 5x4.5 bolt pattern. I'm trying to avoid the additional machining cost of having the center bore opened up on a stock rotor to fit the hubs.

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I'd like to know the answer too. But.. are you sure the hum is due to bad rotors?
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Sorry, hum was a typo. It is supposed to read hub.
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I'd like to know the answer too. But.. are you sure the hum is due to bad rotors?
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I just saw that you can get a pair of rotors for the hubs from Rusty's Off-Road for $70. That's not too bad a price.
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The rotor hub opening needs to be machined to a slightly larger opening for the small Warn manual hubs, it's something like 3 1/16" or close to that. It's been years since I needed to have that done so I'm a little hazy on the exact size of opening that is needed.
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