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    rolleyes rear hub

    hi i have just changed my rear hub and i noticed that the hub has 4 studs holding it on the carrier and the wheel has 5 studs holding it on to the hub. so why is it you got to have all 5 studs in the wheel when it is only 4 that really holds it on to the car threw the hub ?

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    LoL, good point.
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    Howabout the fact that the hub bolts can't loosen themselves over time and fall off, as the wheel is in the way? The wheel doesn't have that protection. Or, the hub has a much smaller diameter and thus acts as a much smaller lever on the bolts, than the wheel.

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    the hub bolts dont rotate , the wheel bolts do

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