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Hey guys,
Im having wierd issues here...Im finding out im having to rebuild my hubs almost three times a year, either one side or another will stick unlocked and ill have no
4wd..Is anyone else having hubs stick unlocked? Are they supposed to be dry? or Greased? Im almost leaning towards a dry lubricant...Seems like every type of grease I do try, will eventually cause the hub to stick unlocked...Even if I cycle the hub from lock to unlock multiple times...

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I would recommend researching threads with link to guzzle`s hub rebuilding page... very thorough... lots of pics...

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Well, Its the WARN aftermarket lockers. I thought he was rebuilding the stockers...Ill take a look

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You`re right, he is, but the methodology and use of lubricants would be similar as applied to the ends of the shafts and subjected to use / abuse. I had a lot of troubl e with stocker- lockers with sand and water intrusion and stock seals, went with warns and had issues with heat beaking down lube with mainly on-highway use. The warns are heavier-duty under load, I think. The stock are designed more for the occasional user of 4x4 but seem to hold their lube viscosity better. Just my personal experience...

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2004 EXPLORER XLT 4.0 AUTO 2WD 130,XXX
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2004 F-250 RCLB 6.0 AUTO 4X2 376,XXX
2005 F-250 RCLB 6.0 AUTO 4x2 352,XXX

SOLD... 3 RANGERS, 3 F-150s, 3 F-250s, 96 COUGAR 4.6, 99 EXPEDITION 5.4, 65 66 AND 69 MUSTANGS

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Yeah, seems like everything these days are either junk...or over priced junk

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No Chinese charcters or "Taiwan ROC" on the goods, right? Hah! Maybe call Warn tech support. They`re not open during hours I'm usually awake...

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lol! nope.


Ill disassemble and rebuild tomorrow

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