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Old 02-08-2012, 10:58 AM
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Aftermarket lockout hubs for F550 4wd

I have a 2000 F550 and would like to replace the factory manual lock outs with new after markets. Are there any available for use on DRW applications? Warn and such same there's won't work does anyone know a work around or a product that will work.

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Old 02-15-2012, 07:45 AM
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Did they say why they won't work? The only difference is the adapter for dual wheels. I was told that you can use Warns but have to clearance the inside of the adapter a little.
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I have a 2000 F550 and would like to replace the factory manual lock outs with new after markets. Are there any available for use on DRW applications? Warn and such same there's won't work does anyone know a work around or a product that will work.

Thanks,
Hi,
I have the same vehicle and am looking for after market hubs as well. Did you ever find any?
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I have a 2002 F-550. I am looking for the same. I called Ford and the part number for the factory locker is the same for 250-550. But for some reason you call the aftermarket places and theirs 250/350 wont fit 450/550. I cant figure it out. Does anyone have any more input? anyone have luck trying to put aftermarkets in?
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Hi, I haven't installed any new hub locks yet. I gather the problem is not enough clearance between the rotating hub and the Warn locking hub casing. Enclosed is a link that talks about machining the manual hub. Warn locking hubs on a dually - Diesel Forum - TheDieselStop.com
I have a 99 F250 with Warn hubs when I have more motivation I will remove it off the 250 and try to install it on my 2000 550.
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I went to the link. Looks like Warn will work with milling 1/16" off the outside. I would like to know if this guy gets to use it and let us know if it works. I am not a member of that site. If anyone else is, can they please post and ask the guy to keep us updated on his progress if they work or not.
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