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Old 01-16-2011, 05:32 AM
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Warn hubs

It's time for a set of hubs for my 2004 super duty. My factory hub is cracked, and still works, but the vacuum disconnect does not. I'm interested in replacing w/ a set of warn premium or super winch hubs.

Anyone have experience with them? I have used warns in the past w/ great success on jeeps.

Can you keep the factory center caps on the wheels? Anyone have pictures?

Thanks!
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yep the warn ones are shorter, just put a set on my truck a couple of weeks ago. i got them from amazon.com way cheaper then the auto store. ill try to load up a pic .
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Old 01-16-2011, 05:59 AM
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Thanks! A pic and where you bought them would be great!
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Also, what part number did you use for the kit? Thanks!
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Thanks Scotty!

So just so I'm clear, they will fit w/ my factory center caps?
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i don't see why they wouldn't. the only thing different is they are shorter.
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Old 01-16-2011, 06:35 AM
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Thank you
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Thanks Scotty!

So just so I'm clear, they will fit w/ my factory center caps?
yes they do, my 04 doesnt have them, but my 90 did, as well as my buddies 96,99 and 02 all have them and has been pleased with them, ill be putting them on my 04s when its time to replace mine
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In case someone else is looking for the same info-- apparently they do fit, but if you're a nut like me and want the center caps to fit perfectly, see below--

4WD lug nut fix pictures from cars photos on webshots

I will be cutting mine as shown above.
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