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Warn hubs and MPG's?

Has anyone noticed any change in MPG's after you installed warn hubs? Thanks
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I did a free wheel kit and got maybe .5 to 1 mpg difference. If anything it just made it feel like it was smoother.

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unless you are replaceing auto hubs that won't unlock, the warn hubs won't affect MPG anymore than the stock ones... they will, however, be more reliable.

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yea what he said.

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I did a free wheel kit and got maybe .5 to 1 mpg difference. If anything it just made it feel like it was smoother.
Which kit did you use?

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