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Front hub question

I need to replace my front hub and I've found one off of a dually. (same year as mine) Will this fit on my SRW truck. Just want to make sure.
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i thought the dually's had a diff setup.... your better off upgrading to some better hubs like warn


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i'm not sure, but i think SRW and duallys have different front hubs, i don't know why, i got my pair on ebay for about 330 shipped a couple of months ago
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are u talking about wheel bearing hubs or lockouts?
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i just changed mine and mines a dually. if both trucks (dually,srw) have a dana 60 front axle i believe it could go either way my dually has afront hub adapter for the bud wheels, i think all you have to do is remove it to put on reg(srw) wheels. now mine is an early 99 and late 99 is a differnt po number, but the late 99 hubs work on my 99. easiest way take yours off and compair with the new.
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