This paper presents an efficient numerical method based on quadratic programming, which may be used to analyze fretting contacts in the presence of wear. The approach provides an alternative to a full finite element analysis, and is much less computationally expensive. Results are presented for wear of a Hertzian contact under full sliding and under partial slip. These are compared with previously published finite element analyses of the same problem. Results are also obtained for the fully worn problem by allowing a large number of wear cycles to accumulate. The predicted traction distributions for this case compare well with the fully worn analytical solution presented in part one of this paper.