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Busted hubs again!

Ok I have busted the stock hubs, now a pair of Superwinch hubs. I guess I am going to have to invest in the Warn Premiums.

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$270 on amazon....about the best?

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Get the Mile Marker 449 SS series. I use them on my excursion doing 17psi 4wd launches with no problems so far. Plus, they look good and feature a metal outer case.

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mile markers are pretty reasonable too.

but warns have a lifetime warranty correct?

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I ended up forking out the money for the Warn Premium hubs. Truth be told I knew that's what I need to do from the get go. All I did was waste $85 on the ones on it now.

8" Skyjacker lift
2" wheel spacers
22" American Racing rims
40x15.5x22 M16's
DIY intake
Zoodad Mod
4" strait exaust
Glowshift gauges
DIY Boost Fooler
Unplugged wastegate
TS 6 position chip
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