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Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Santa Rosa, CA
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Unless you are going to change the transfer case I don't see the point. If you disconnect the vacuum lines you will have strictly manual hubs, and it won't mess with the indicator light.
You can lock the hubs manually, but if you disconnect the vacuum lines or if your hubs have a vacuum leak then they won't unlock when you go back to 2wd. The autohubs must have a vacuum pulse to unlock.
I found this out when one of my hub seals went bad.
And the only aftermarket locking hub setup for the 2005 and newer superdutys is the complete dynatrac system which is around $2k. http://www.dynatrac.com/products_freespin_ford.html
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2005 F-250 CC/SB 4x4 medium wedgewood blue
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