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Old 02-28-2007, 10:51 AM
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Anyone wanna k now what an exploded hub looks like??

Here ya go
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Old 02-28-2007, 11:22 AM
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wow tj, thats crazy
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id say its time for an upgrade
so ur axle is good to go then huh?
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Old 02-28-2007, 12:17 PM
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ouch! what he said.
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time for a new set of WARNS they are like 180bux from NAPA when we bought them for my dads 00. just get a set for a DANA 60 they fit right in there and youll never have to worry about buyin another hub because of the liftime warranty.
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Old 02-28-2007, 01:46 PM
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time for a new set of WARNS they are like 180bux from NAPA when we bought them for my dads 00. just get a set for a DANA 60 they fit right in there and youll never have to worry about buyin another hub because of the liftime warranty.
I second that. Warn premiums are the way to go.
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Old 02-28-2007, 02:31 PM
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Warn Premiums are 211.68 at Advance Auto Parts. The store i work keeps them instock. The Part number is 38826 If you would be intrested in That brand.
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I was thinking about upgading but since this happen to be the (very) weak link they should break before a (very) expensive part breaks, right? I figure if I can get the stock hubs from the junk yard and if they keep breakin it would be cheaper than an axle shaft or ring gear. Plus it so much easier to put in a new (used) hub than an axle or gears. You know what I will probably upgrade and just not do tug-a-wars or put it in 4wheel on concrete. So what do ya'll think.
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Old 02-28-2007, 04:07 PM
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You know what I will probably upgrade and just not do tug-a-wars or put it in 4wheel on concrete. So what do ya'll think.

I'm not foolish enough to have Lindsay Lohan keep watch on my bottle of Grey Goose! Brother, believing that you could stay away from a tug-a-war ranks right up there with that.

Seriously though, I like your weakest link theory. Even if those hubs aren't cheap, they are still going to be cheaper than axles and one heckuva lot easier to replace. It's just a guess, but I bet even the Warn hubs would go before the axle.
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I'm not foolish enough to have Lindsay Lohan keep watch on my bottle of Grey Goose! Brother, believing that you could stay away from a tug-a-war ranks right up there with that.

Seriously though, I like your weakest link theory. Even if those hubs aren't cheap, they are still going to be cheaper than axles and one heckuva lot easier to replace. It's just a guess, but I bet even the Warn hubs would go before the axle.
Anything is possible, but I wouldn't bet on that one, especially if you got that dang Dana 50 they put in these things (Not too much stonger than a 44, except for the housing). Warn does make some "fuses" to replace the locking ring in some of their hubs so that is the weak link and then you can carry a few spares too in case you get stuck. Not sure if they make them for that part number though.

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