Just a little something to think about if you powder coated your wheels. And if you want to know what a catastrophic bearing failure looks like, look no further. I made a rookie mistake that will cost me plenty. When I disassembled my wheels for powder coating I asked the guy if the center section of the wheel had to be masked off where the hub bolts on and he said no he has never had a problem. Well something I did not consider was this adds about .010 to the length to the center section of the wheel. So when I put it back together I did not think to to add that same amount to the center squish tube. So after torquing the axle down it put that force on the bearing race. So after only 4500 miles on brand new bearings this is what happens. The worst part is that since this wheel was an option for big dog in 04 neither them or pm make the hubs any more. Pm said they would custom make me one for $400 and I say fuck that. The bore area for the bearing looks good but I was a little concerned about the wall thickness where the grooves are in the hub. So I having those welded up. I have been down for almost 2 weeks trying to locate a hub and give up.