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HUB ASSEMBLY!!!!!

Hey i need to know if anyone else has had the same problems with their hub assemblies like i have. i replaced my driver side assembly 2 years ago. i replaced my passenger side assembly 6-8 months ago, but now i have to replace it again. anyone know why this is happening or do 99 F-350's just have this problem? any help will be much appreciated before i pick up my part..........
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I think it is just the luck of the draw.

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Yep, cheap parts. We have been using CarQuest and every so often we run into a bad batch of parts.

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I have a 97... it doesnt seem like anything else but a crappy hub would break it so i think you are just winning the crappy hub lottery

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They go out very often... they're not the best design and it has become such an issue that Dynatrac makes an aftermarket solution.

Usually rough driving, potholes, bigger tires etc... cause hub failures from additional stress.

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im having problems also.

any info on the aftermarket solution metioned above??

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The Dynatrac kit deals with the hub bearings and are very expensive like $1900. You can get them at your local atuo parts store for about $300 a piece. For the actual hubs them selves you can get them by Warn.

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