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Old 10-15-2013, 01:25 PM
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F250 -vs- F350 Auto locking hubs

Found one good write-up for 97 F250 auto locking hub disambly.

f250 4x4 TTB hub and caliper removal



Are the 250's and 350's auto locking hubs the same?


A mechanic replaced my ball joints and now (twice) having trouble with wheel bearings getting loose.

I think I may be missing some parts, and like to see good write-up.

So I can fix this myself and know I can roll on....
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Exact same hub. The best way to fix them is replace them with manual ones
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Old 10-15-2013, 05:32 PM
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Exact same hub. The best way to fix them is replace them with manual ones
That's the best way to upgrade them, not fix the ones he has
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That's the best way to upgrade them, not fix them
They will NEVER need to be fixed again
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Dana 50 ttb and Dana 60 hubs are the same. Dana 44 ttb either 5 lug or 8 lug is smaller. Please replace your auto hubs with manual ones so much more better
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They will NEVER need to be fixed again
Never.................

I love my auto hubs
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Old 10-15-2013, 08:08 PM
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Never.................

I love my auto hubs
But your hubs have a manual mutation built in
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Old 10-15-2013, 08:11 PM
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Yup, best of both worlds
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Never.................

I love my auto hubs
I am sorry, I thought tho was an OBS forum
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Definitely swap to manuals. Ive gotten several sets of 50/60 hubs for around $50 with the spindle nuts
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