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Spindle Nut Socket UD 60

Anyone know if this:

https://www.amazon.com/Powerbuilt-64.../dp/B0015V1QF6

will fit the UD 60 Spindle Nut?

I found one on East Coast Gear for $38.00, add shipping and the damn thing is over 50 bucks...seems a little much.

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Anyone know if this:

https://www.amazon.com/Powerbuilt-64.../dp/B0015V1QF6

will fit the UD 60 Spindle Nut?

I found one on East Coast Gear for $38.00, add shipping and the damn thing is over 50 bucks...seems a little much.
There isn't a socket for the UD60 nut. The one from east coast is a stock one that is machined to work. You can machine your own if you want. We used to stock them, but demand was overwhelming and we sold them at our cost because of the expense.


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There isn't a socket for the UD60 nut. The one from east coast is a stock one that is machined to work. You can machine your own if you want. We used to stock them, but demand was overwhelming and we sold them at our cost because of the expense.


Thank you. Makes sense now

So buy a regular spindle nut socket and machine it to work is the best course

Or pay triple(due to shipping) for the one at East Coast

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Thank you. Makes sense now

So buy a regular spindle nut socket and machine it to work is the best course

Or pay triple(due to shipping) for the one at East Coast
Well, you have to get the correct socket. I forget which one it is. If you can get them loose, you can just use a traditional D60 nut. When Dana was having the loose hub issue, we replaced all of the nuts with standard D60 nuts and properly torqued them down before shipping.


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