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Old 11-01-2010, 08:09 AM
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Question Auto Locking Hubs

Hey guys, I am looking for an automatic locking Hub conversion kit for my 1996 7.3L Turbo F250. I cant seem to locate such a kit and I don't even know if it is possible to retrofit those hub assemblies. Input would be much appreciated! Thanks guys.
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Old 11-01-2010, 11:30 AM
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i can't help much. my auto hubs kept going out on my '97 f350. i got tired of replacing so i installed manual hubs. works much better for me.
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autos are junk! only place to find them is at the ford stealership and be prepared to bend over! I had one go out on my 96 and the price for one was so high I was able to convert over to manual warns all the way around for less money than buying one side.
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Thanks guys! it sounds like I should just keep my current setup
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If it aint broke... :-D
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What manual hub is best?
Warn hubs - Standard or Premium?
Any one know what the difference is?
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Only difference I know of it that the standard kit has plastic handles, and the premium has metal.
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Warn is good. I got premiums on sale for around 180 bux + shipping... make sure you buy the dana 60 hubbs not the 44s (Heavy duty TTB Dana 50 uses the Dana 60 hubbs)
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