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Clutch & Hub Assembly Suggestoins

I need a driver side wheel hub assembly and a new clutch soon. Does anyone have any suggestions from past experience? I called Orielly's and they had 2 different hub assemblies ranging from $109 to $320 and the std clutch kit was $390 and HD Clutch kit was $440. Looks like I am going to have to wait on my pillar gauges and hpop and fuel cross connect kits
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if i were you and i needed new front hubs i would get some warn hubs. and i have a question....where did you find a hd clutch kit for $440?

2000 F250 SD ex cab long bed
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I need the hub assembly not the lockouts, I actually just put new Warn lockouts in it when I bought it though. I found the HD Clutch kit through Orielly's, I get my uncle to order it for me since he owns a shop in town and I can get his discount. But they gave me the two different options for the clutch kits and the guy said the HD had a "carbon graphite?" clutch disk I guess. The only thing I have ever put a clutch in was my 83' 3/4 chevy and that was cheap ($120) and simple.
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After replacing way too many hubs (6 drivers and 1 passenger) I went with a dynatrac freespin kit. A bit on the spendy side but I now have REAL wheel bearings instead of units. No more hub problems. As for the clutch, I bought a LUK kit. It came with clutch, pressure plate, flywheel, pilot bearing and throw-out bearing. For the most part weather to go with a standard or an HD clutch is going to depend on how often and how much you tow and personal prefference. Thats my thought on the situation

2000 F250 4x4 6spd
DIY Intake
4" turbo back
Bully Dog 6 position chip
Luk Clutch
Dynatrac Freespin kit
Royal Purple oil in everything.
Original injectors, HPOP, turbo, and all internal engine parts.
352,000 miles as of 6/25/2010
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