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mile marker hub question

i would like to get a set for my truck 02 f250 however every place i look to buy says they wont fit and sends me to the warns,do some of you have them on your 250s or am i wrong? they both are for 30 outer splines? please explain thank you . Hoody
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model #449S/S fit my 2000

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wonder why the sites keep saying they wont fit, strange, i guess i will have to call and speak to a human...
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I couldnt find a listing for my 06 either.

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xtreme diesel sells mile marker hubs like 150 bucks.

paid like 190 for my warns, i think the mile marker hubs are a better product, there construction is all steel where as the warn is plastic knob on the outside.

i like my warns but if i had to do it again id get mile markers.
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I have the milemarkers on my '03 and did blow one this past summer on a beach in oregon because I wasn't aired down and got stuck in the sand. I just bought a new set to replace it and promised myself that I wouldn't do that again.

I figure that if I had stronger hubs I would have broken a much more expenisve part that wouldn't have allowed me to drive home after. I was not being nice to the truck when the hub splines finally let go.

I think that the '05 and newer are much better hubs that I wouldn't bother trying to find after market replacements for (I didn't think anyone made them). The factory hubs are warn designed and built already. The '99-'04 stock hubs look like a fisher price product except lower quality.
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i am going to give XDP a call and see if they can get me hooked up with a set. years ago i used to use the selectros with the knob and they were great, sealed for playin in the mud but those are now at 400.00+ and for older trucks..thanks for all the input i will report what i find out as soon as i can.Hoody
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