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Old 04-06-2010, 07:59 PM
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Warn premium VS standard hubs

Is the premium kit worth the extra 100 bucks? I dont go wheelin every day but when I do I want to be able to count on my hubs. The guy at advanced auto parts told me the only difference between the two is that the premiums have a metal knob and the standard has a plastic one, and the guy at auto zone told me the standard kits are junk. Any input? and just so I'm 100% my 03 1 ton has a dana 60 30 spline correct? Thanks.
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i put the premiums on my old truck and it never failed me... and where is it 100 bucks more? i have them here: http://www.stealth-automotive.com/in...roduct_id=1013
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Well dang that makes it easy. Everyone was telling me 290+ for premiums. I'll be buying from you probably next week. On the hub options, which do I need the 50 or 60?
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Well dang that makes it easy. Everyone was telling me 290+ for premiums. I'll be buying from you probably next week. On the hub options, which do I need the 50 or 60?
you need the Dana 50 model....
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What do you do with the vacuum lines?
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Old 04-07-2010, 06:36 AM
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What do you do with the vacuum lines?
just leave them connected... you dont need to do anything to them
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Get premium. Does warn still do the lifetime warranty on their products??? I know my old full turns had it
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Old 04-08-2010, 07:04 AM
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just leave them connected... you dont need to do anything to them
I plugged mine at the hub nipple and at the frame nipple. Since you say in previous posts you do some swamping, makes no sense to me to be in deep water and pulling a vacuum on your hubs? I switched to warn hub too, only answer to when you positively have to have reliable 4x4.
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