Lonestar Racing Wheel Hubs

Lonestar Racing Wheel Hubs
Lonestar Racing Wheel Hubs

$236.00 - $349.00

Description See Also: 3 Reviews 6 Questions Fitment Part Numbers
Item #LTR000S

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3 Reviews
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Central PA
Great product but read carefully

Excellent hubs...solid and reliable. Not sure if it was Motosports error, but when I received my package it only included 1 wheel hub...I was expecting 2 due to the LSR Wheel HubS Front. But a phone call and the 2nd is on its way. Wouldn't care but a new build and now delayed a week due to a missing hub...

Alaska700 Top 250 Contributor
Think twice

I ordered these after my stock ones bent. They are lighter than stock, and look pretty good.

Now the bad on a long trail ride, I noticed my quad started pulling to the left. I thought my tires were running low, until I locked up the rear brakes and notice only one tire was locked while the other was spinning freely. After looking at the hub all the teeth inside the hub sheared off. The rim had a bunch of aluminum, dust on it. The other side was about to go as well, is also had a lot of metallic dust on the rim.

The axle nut came off on one side with normal pressure. The other side I don’t know happened we tried the weight of two guys on 6ft cheater bar, and it wouldn’t budge. We had to grind the nut off. It ended up destroying my stock axle to the point where it couldn’t be rethreaded.

The ones I received weren’t the clamping ones like pictured. So maybe they are better now.

I did get my money back, which was nice.
LSR makes great axles, hubs not so much

Ferndale, WA
A good investment

This was my first time ordering from Motosport and I had no troubles with anything, including the new LSR hubs and the price.

6 Questions
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Q: Bolt Pattern and Spline Size?
Over 3 years ago
What is the bolt pattern on this hub (4/110?) and what size of axle shaft is needed for this hub, the number of splines and diameter?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: These are sized for specific ATV's. The bolt pattern and dimensions would depend on what ATV the Hubs are made for. Unfortunately, I do not have the actual spline count or dimensions on each of these. I would need to know the Year/Make/Model of your ATV to tell you if they would fit.
Location: Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Q: Is the price for one or two of those hubs?
Over 3 years ago
the hub I have is messed up and not seating the new bearings
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago
A: They are sold as a pair.
Q: Where can i find a hub stud bolt?
Over 3 years ago
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: The rear hub studs for the 2005 TRX450R can be found in the OEM parts fiche here : http://www.motosport.com/atv/oem-parts/HONDA/2004/TRX450R-%28KICK-START%29/REAR-WHEEL . They are item #5.
Location: Hawaii
Q: What is the centering? 4/115?
Over 7 years ago
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
A: Depends on what bike you have. It will be the same bolt pattern as what you have stock.
Q: Do these come as a pair or individually?
Over 8 years ago
Top 10 Contributor
Over 8 years ago Location: Portland
A: These are sold in pairs.
Location: kansas
Q: Are there 2 hubs in 1 order if the order says 1 under quantaty?
Over 9 years ago
MotoSport Staff
Over 9 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: Hubs are sold in sets of 2.
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# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
Front 12-208
Front 12-554
Front 12-504
Front 12-360
Front / Billet 12-167
Front 12-404
Front 12-246
Rear 12-401
Rear 12-201
Rear 12-501
Rear 12-361
Rear 12-111
Rear 12-471
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