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Old 11-15-2007, 10:26 AM
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Manual Hubs for a 2005 F350

Hi all,
I think my driver side factory hub is going out on me, and I have been looking for replacements. So far all I have found is the stock replacement but I am interested in converting it to a manual only locking hub. I have looked at warn's website and they have nothing for a 2005 f350. Does anyone know if there is a replacement kit to put good manual hubs in my truck and where to get them?

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Brad
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Old 11-19-2007, 03:49 PM
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there is an aftermarket kit by Dynatrac. But when i asked everyone they said that yes the aftermarket was the way to go for best hubs, but the price differance between just replacing the factory ones is way more cost effective and are strong enough to handle just about anything, unless your running really huge tires and doing alot of off roading
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Old 11-19-2007, 04:11 PM
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other than Dynatrac no one makes an after market hub for the 05+SD... i checked with Warn, Mile Marker, and Pro comp.
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Thanks for the help guys, does anyone happen to know what is so different? I looked at the timken site and they have the same part number for 99-05 superdutys for the hub assembly. Is it the outer axle that is different??

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Just found out I got a hub that may be on it's way down too, guess I may go with the same factory replacement.?.
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I have an 05,....and I've contacted Warn, Mile Marker, and Solid Axle Ind., about producing some hubs,...but they don't have any plans to make any as of right now.

No company make stock replacement hubs,....trust me,...I've been looking for 2 years.

There are are a couple companies that make FULL kits...Dynatrac & Solid Axle Ind....and they cost around $1,996.00


If you have ANY questions about why no one makes a replacement hub, or what the differences are in the year models, and would like to see pics of the differences......just shoot me a PM
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Old 12-14-2008, 07:57 AM
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other than Dynatrac no one makes an after market hub for the 05+SD... i checked with Warn, Mile Marker, and Pro comp.
+1 for what Raul said.......

I just went through this and I called Warn, Superwinch, and Mile Marker and no one had anything for an '05 and up. I think if Dynatrac has them for an '05, they're going to be hella expensive.

I ended up with the stock Ford unit for $155........
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Old 12-14-2008, 08:11 AM
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Solid Axle makes a Spintec kit....and Dynatrac makes a Freespin kit...

both are around $1,996
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Is there a oart number for the factory hubs? I have some hubs on ebay and am wondering if they are any good.
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