It's just common sense. When you replace a clutch you also replace the pressure
plate and through-out bearing; change the oil and install a new oil filter; new
brakes, bleed the system. And so on, and so on. If the splines on the wheels
are worn those on the axles can't be too far behind. Some have told me that I
go to extremes, at times, but when it comes to stopping the car it's better
safe than sorry.
Just my opinion.
From: Bill Meyer [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, October 07, 2002 2:58 PM
To: Lambdin, Mike; nxhio xebeaio; MG List
Subject: Re: Refurbishing wire wheels
You've hit on a very good point: when replacing wire wheels with new, you
really need new hubs as well, which roughly doubles the cost.
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