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I just Picked up a set of Warn hubs for my 2001 f-350 Dual RW truck. I then was reading the warn web site and it said that there hubs will not work in the dual application.
Is this correct?
Have any of you installed a man hub conversion to a Dual RW truck?
Got the Mile Marker Stainless Steel Hubs installed today. These things are stout and they fit very nicely.
Install was extremely easy. A few simple tools and your done. I didn't even have time to finish a beer before they were installed.
Received my MM hubs today, and put them on my 99 F250 SD in less than 5 minutes....took that long because I accidentally put both snap rings on one side before I looked and realized I had two of the spiral-style snap rings also...so, had to remove the first one and put the correct snap ring in place. Then, put the second one on and finished up quickly.
Now I just need some new center caps so they fit flush to the hubs...anyone know what year center caps will fit flush to the MM hubs and look sweet again???
I will purchase a set if anyone has two spares...or can trade mine for them...whatever...am in Wa State...
So there really is no advantage to changing... It's just personal pref's as to whether or not you trust the auto hubs & like getting out of your truck in the mud, snow etc to manually engage your hubs
How about just setting the hubs to LOCK before leaving the driveway, then IF you need 4x4 while out in the foul weather, you just simply shift into it and you do not have to get out. It certainly does not heurt anything to run with them locked. Some people LEAVE them locked all the time, tho I do not recommend it. But, when bad weather sets in, I just lock them, then no getting back out when I need it, and I just wait till I get home again to free them up, if I even do it then.
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