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550 cab+chassis lockouts

I have a 2003 550, was originally a cab and chassis. Passenger side lockout needs to be replace. Parts from dealer are 460$ list price, 350 my cost and thats just for one side!

I would love to switch over to a set of warns or milemarker hubs however they all say they will not fit with a dually. Assuming its due to the hub extender.

Anyone have any suggestions other than OEM?

Also most aftermarket hubs i see are bolt in with the 6 torx screws. I only have the traditional snap ring.

This is what my lockout looks like https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ford-F250-F...EAAOSwLF1X3GZU

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interesting AFAIK the dually adapter does not change the hub/unit bearing length and that is where the 4x4 selector fits


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That was my belief as well. Not quite sure why they all specify that the lockouts are not for duallys. The front axle is still a Dana 60 in my truck. I can't believe it's different than any other Dana 60. To my knowledge that hub extender is only there to make up for the offset of dually rims.
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Give Randy's R&P a call, they would know.

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99 350- I installed the milemarker stainless units on mine many years ago when mine failed.
Just did front bearings and when disassembled the MM's still looked perfect and work smoothly. I polished up the caps and the mechanic thought they were brand new. They last forever apperantly and I am in CT where they use straight salt or brine.
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99 350- I installed the milemarker stainless units on mine many years ago when mine failed.
Just did front bearings and when disassembled the MM's still looked perfect and work smoothly. I polished up the caps and the mechanic thought they were brand new. They last forever apperantly and I am in CT where they use straight salt or brine.
I have the Mile Marker hubs on mine and they are good quality. They are all metal unlike the Warns that have some plastic parts in them. I got mine for $130 a set, half the price of Warns.

00 f250 ext. cab, lb, 4x4, 158,000, zf 6 speed, South Bend 1944ofe, 4 in lift, 315/75/16 Courser MXTs, rear Detroit locker, PMF traction bars, Full Force 180/80 injectors, php hydra, Riff Raff frx, Riff Raff billet compressor wheel, Dieselsite pre pump kit, Dorman up pipes,IAH delete, ccv mod, 6637 filter, Auto Meter gauges, scan guage 2, 4 in diamod eye straight pipe 6 in tip.
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@00t44e I called randys, never even knew they existed! They were super helpful, spent 20 mins on the phone with a guy who dug through their previous orders and found everyone with a 450/550 had returned the hubs due to not fitting properly.

@mikeg s Is your truck a dually? waiting on a call back from milemarker, the lady thinks they will fit however she is running it over to their technicians to verify.
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I think i see the issue

the mile marker looks larger and might not fit in the adapter

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The OEM hubs are Warn and aren't terrible if kept clean and "exorcised"


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you can usually find a decent price on ebay or the like

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@ZMANN Milemarker called me back, they are almost positive they will fit. If not i will have to return and go OEM. The cone on the wheel bearing(where the hub sits) has between 1/4" and 3/8" of room to the hub extender. The tech at MM confirmed that their hubs are not wider than the cone on the wheel bearing. Im hoping for the best. Will update when i get them and attempt to install!
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