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Old 04-28-2011, 07:21 AM
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Part # for 95 F350 hub?

Does anyone have a part number for the front hub on a 4x4 f350 7.3L non-dually 4 dr. Thanks
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I assume you mean the thing you turn for 4x4. Auto or manual hubs.
The autos are prone to breakage and are usually replaced with a set of warn manuals.

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If I could fine Dually ones I would have a pair for you.
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I have a pair of OEM auto hubs that were replaced after one of them failed about ten years ago. One small part will get them going again.
The Warn Manual hubs are bullet proof.....so far
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it's number 8 on the diagram. a guy did my brakes and didn't properly seat the studs and ruined the hub or whatever you call number 8. on my truck the rotor, hub and studs are all seperate.
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Which one do you need? #8 consists of 2 pieces.
The brake rotor and the hub assembly.
They can be purchased at most part stores.

Hub assembly w/o the wheel studs:
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Rotor: MOTORCRAFT Part#'s BRR4 or YC3J2C502AA or YC3Z1V125AA
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