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did you seat the hub all the way? sometimes it takes a bit of a smack to get all the way on. is everything else seated flush? try tightening the drive flange down. Might make the difference.
So I am about to go start on it again. I will make sure it is fully seated on the spindle.Ill second that. Ran into the same issue with my rebuild. Hub is probably not seated all the way on the spindle.
There are usually one of those "ah ha" or "hmmmm" moments where you can think back to one step that may possibly not have been done right!!
I think I found the problem. I feel a little gap between the inner wheel bearing race seating.
I have two solutions.
1. Pull the seal. Wait for a new seal to come in to finish. Pull the wheel bearing out and re seat the race
2. Put the spline in and hit it until the bearing seats