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post #1 of 6 Old 05-15-2012, 03:36 PM Thread Starter
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hubs wont turn

At the track and put the truck in 4x4 but cant get my automatic hubs to turn!!! Whats wrong? !?!?!?!
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bad hubs possibly. mine went on my 04 for no apparent reason i changed mine out to mile marker manuels for $100 from summit took me 10 min to install them and i get better MPG and took the shake out of my front end.
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Ended up turning them w pliers but it was still hard.
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Ended up turning them w pliers but it was still hard.
i did that for awhile then the quit all together but after a few times of doing it i notice my one would turn itself halfway between lock and auto when i was driving and shortly after it jsut stopped moving so thats when th emile marker 449SS ones went in...shoulda put them in when i started having trouble woulda kept alot of ruts out of my yard and saved my dad serveral times of coming to pull me out
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PULL 'EM OUT!

They probably just need a little attention, maintenance like anything else....

They remove, dissemble, and lube-up pretty easily. If you continue to force them you're just gonna break something
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PULL 'EM OUT!

They probably just need a little attention, maintenance like anything else....

They remove, dissemble, and lube-up pretty easily. If you continue to force them you're just gonna break something
i pulled mine they just continued to get worse they worked for a few weeks then quit rip em out toss thme in the scrap and get good ones
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