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Bolt lenght on drive flange to hub

Ones anyone have a length of the 10mm bolts that secure the front drive flange to the actual hub assembly? I thought they were 50mm but that is too long. Maybe 40 or 45mm? Not sure if anyone have an axle lying around to measure this for me.
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That's weird. This says 50 as well.
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I think that length is for the older thicker flange like on the 110
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Yea. The newer one says 45.
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Great. Thanks for quick response

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Great. Thanks.
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For the thicker flanges yes its 50mm, but its not so much the length of bolt the shoulder of the bolt needs to enter into the hub by a couple of mm, if you check the hub you'll see the hole is tapered for that. I have three different sets of bolts that I bought and all the shoulder lengths are different.
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For the thicker flanges yes its 50mm, but its not so much the length of bolt the shoulder of the bolt needs to enter into the hub by a couple of mm, if you check the hub you'll see the hole is tapered for that. I have three different sets of bolts that I bought and all the shoulder lengths are different.
I will check that for sure
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