I too had to do the Warn replacement deal...
I used the less expensive Warn Standards, instead of the spendier ones, only difference I could determine was the use of plastic for the part you actually turn to lock-unlock...I would have gotten the other ones, but thats all they had, and I needed them NOW, as the 5er was stuck inna sand wash ...don't ask....*SIGH* .....
straight forward change out, pull the old ones off, toss over right shoulder, clean gunk outta hub, do NOT grease the new ones, they come pre-greased ....install them /Per the included instructions (very good instructions) be sure to check the "In-Out clearance" ... mine had plenty, NO adapter needed, just the hubs....and away ya go... quit foolin' with those auto hubs, they are JUNK.
and if you want all the parts in your front end drivetrain to keep working, I suggest you get that thing into 4 wheel drive for about 15 miles a month ( on dirt or gravel road, not pavement ) this will warm up the u-joints etc and lubricate them...... now you have an excuse to go to the brush
'97 Centurion. F350 4x4 CCLB
Full Force 180cc Stage I's, D66, SRP-1.1, ARP, Banks IC, DIY E-Fuel, EBPV Del & Gut'd Ped., BD Exhaust Brake., SD IDM, HPX, BstFoolr, 4" DP - 4" exh,
6.0 Fan, 180 T-Stat, DIY Don.105006 AF, CCV Mod, BTS, W/ SD Trans Lines, Tru-Cool Max, PML Trans Pan, Bumper Mod, IssPro Gauges, Fluidampr, Mellings LPOP..... Tuned by "The WildMan".