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While plowing snow with my 2000 F350 today my four wheel drive stopped working, only the rear wheels spun. I drove to a friends shop and we raised the front end and it felt like only one wheel was engaged. I unlocked and locked the hubs and had four wheel drive. I suspected the hubs were bad so I changed them for a pair of warn hubs $245.00 for the set ouch. Tomorrow I will finish plowing and see how it works. In the kit from warn I had about a 1 1/4" snap ring left over is this an extra piece.
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sounds good . yea the price at first is bit much but its an investment that you'll know now that you'll would be leaved high and dry in the middle of the job plowing

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Dynatrac makes a real sweet hub upgrade for those trucks. But if you don't like 245 bucks then you won't like $1695 either. But it is much stronger stuff, inner and outer bearings are not stacked together, needle bearings are a lot's all kinds of sweet stuff that would be perfect for a plow truck.

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