Discussion in 'LR3' started by Oztimer, Jan 5, 2018.
06 Range Rover Sport HSE, is there really a difference between front and rear assemblies?
...not sure what we are voting on.
Lol let’s have more words to explain what you’re after here but yes, the hubs are different though you ask about lugs and vehicle models so it’s a bit confusing
Sorry! Lol finding the site a bit confusing with these new fingers. Are front hubs different from rear hubs, and on 06 models are LR3 hubs dif from Range Rover sport hubs?
Reason for asking mechanic stripped stud can’t find just studs only complete hub assem with bearings and only fronts.
Ahhh....that one is over my head. I think I have a PDF with such info but not on my phone. Honestly this is best handled by a phone call to the LR Dealer Parts dept. The call is free.
pretty sure I just told you the front are dif from rear - period.
while many parts are the same on HSE/SE lr3 vs sport, not all are the same in every location. you'd be smart to actually call rovers north to sort that out - or just get the lr3 hub, no reason really to try using the sport part number.
Atlantic british also has both front and rear hubs though sometimes one will be on backorder. I would go only with "genuine" on this type of part.
you might get more help if you actually tell us what vehicle YOU have. What other people here have is irrelevant almost as much as questioning what parts are interchangeable between sport and lr3.
lucky8 may also have the hubs.
Dorman a high quality automotive replacement parts manufacture.
Studs alone can be replaced provided you get the same knurled area diameter, length and threaded area diameter.
At $17.97 a set of ten is way cheaper than complete hub replacements.
Easy to replace with a press or vice and a short piece of conduit pipe. https://www.summitracing.com/parts/...MIs671s6vT2AIVjshkCh2KQwApEAQYAiABEgKL6vD_BwE
Find yourself a different mechanic not the caveman type that stripped out your stud in the first place.
Replacement cost should be on him, no better yet do not allow him / her to ever touch your vehicle again.
That’s a great informative post and I’ve never even seen the info anywhere on rover forums in 15 yrs so it ought to be a sticky here. The studs remind me of something like what are used in the H&R wheel spacers I have which have conical splined ends pressed into the disc.
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