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i got my stuff to convert my front 44 to 8 lug to go allong with the 10.25 rear i have now ready to swap in.
the good thing is year parts allow me to use my 1/2 ton shafts and hubs.

so, what are these 2 metal rings i have. use the twin piston caliper there on for a size reference. how mnay should i have, and where do they go?
<img src=http://tellico.off-road.com/wwwthreads_uploads/855502-Mvc-033s.jpg>

on another note, all i need are wheels!
the 10.25 is welded, and has a new 1350 series yoke on it(to go allong with my driveshaft), i redid the entire break system on the rear axle, and even went and got spring plates and new U bolts for it. all i need are rims, and then i need to have my D shaft shortened a tad.
<img src=http://www.superford.org/registry/users/372/1549/1025front.jpg>
<img src=http://www.superford.org/registry/users/372/1549/1025pig.jpg>
<img src=http://www.superford.org/registry/users/372/1549/1350yoke.jpg>
<img src=http://www.superford.org/registry/users/372/1549/8lugfront.jpg>
 

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It should go over the outer wheel bearing lock nut. I don't know what purpose it serves, cuz a lot of trucks I've worked on don't have them. I guess they just throw them away. Maybe it just prevents the hub lock from rubbing against the outer lock nut.
When you say welded, do you mean the spiders?
 

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The parts look similar to what is being shown as a "front hub grease retainer". In the view, it looks like it is one of the innermost pieces toward the spindle. And they show there would be one per side.
 
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