If the race spins, but there is no lateral movement, you may be able to knurl the inside of the hub. Take a sharp tipped bit and using an air hammer, run a number of circles around the inside of the hub where the race sits. The mass of "dings" will pucker the steel, tightening it against the race. You can use red locktite or if it is tight enough, simply drive the race back in. This used to be a common practice and if the hub has minimal wear, will put you back on the road.
Personally, I would like to *** a picture of the hub, as it sounds like a stock Ford or Chevy item.
I've never had the word "see" bleeped before!