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Old 05-06-2015, 12:50 PM   #11
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That specifically states not to be used between the wheel and the hub, just between the duallys. What do you think the inner aluminum wheels on the Seneca are touching right now? I have worked on more than my fair share of duallys with aluminum and steel wheels. I have never seen one of those for corrosion problems. I have seen spacers between the rears so that you can run wider tires and not rub.

There isn't one car manufacturer that runs any sort of protection between their aluminum wheels and steel hubs.
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Old 05-06-2015, 04:13 PM   #12
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That specifically states not to be used between the wheel and the hub, just between the duallys.
You might want to read that again. It says to be used between "hub and wheel" (ie. on the front or on the inner rear) or between two wheels. It says to NOT be used between the hub and the BRAKE DRUM which makes sense.

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What do you think the inner aluminum wheels on the Seneca are touching right now?
Can't really say since I don't own one but I'm assuming the hub (hopefully with a spacer if it's actually an aluminum wheel rather than a steel one).


The point is that if someone is concerned with putting an Aluminum and Steel wheel together they can use these. We (Bus Company) did as did many commercial transport companies according to our tire guys.

If you're someone that isn't concerned then you obviously wouldn't bother.
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