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Old 10-12-2007, 07:39 PM
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Thumbs up Excursion?

I guess they should work on Excursion also???????
was about to try to repaire mine but just 2 days ago someone stold them
from my wheels.haha poor *******.
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Howdy and Happy Holidays

Great write-up on the conversion.

I have a quick question, did you need the conversion kit as well. I talked to Summit and they say I need an auto to manual conversion kit for $60 extra, but I did not see that in your write-up.

I have a 2001 and the right side just crapped out and I need to get fixed asap as I am going back into snow country this Friday.

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As far as I know you do not need it. I did not need it for my Warn Hubs
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As far as I know you do not need it. I did not need it for my Warn Hubs
Thanks for the response. I got a set of MileMarkers at Autozone and installed them this afternoon. I could not see any reason why they should need the kit and they seemed to work great without it.

I am glad to be rid of the OEM junk.
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Did you plug off your vaccum line? After installing the manual hubs, and if you had a leak in the auto hub axle seal, you will need to plug the vaccum lines going to the axle. If you do not plug the vaccum line, your air conditioning will default to the defrost vent, when 4 X 4 is engaged.

I read back on the forum after sending this, and I see that the vaccum hub line pulgging was mentioned before....
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What kind of Grease did you lube with? What did you use to clean up? Brake Cleaner?

I'm thinkin of doing the MM 449SS on my manual hubs.. Hate the factory ones... I don't have ESOF tho, got Floor Shifter
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Storm if you remove your stock hubs, can you disassemble one and take pictures? I'd love to see if they are as wimpy as the ESOF ones...
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Storm if you remove your stock hubs, can you disassemble one and take pictures? I'd love to see if they are as wimpy as the ESOF ones...
Sure can!

I pick up my MileMarkers tomorrow.. $140 bux from Autozone..

Thanks to the OP who posted this.. I was almost going to buy the Warn Premium but couldn't stand that "Yellow" ****.. I wanted something strong to withstand the elements (SS).. Milemarker did that!

OH BTW.. OP, you know your caps are upside down? LOL.. Your "Free" is upside down... Shouldn't it go the other way? LOL
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does anyone have a part number for mile marker to a 02 ford excursion so I can change to manual hubs...thanks.
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does anyone have a part number for mile marker to a 02 ford excursion so I can change to manual hubs...thanks.
449SS it the part number.
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Smile PART# FOR FORD eXCURSION

Thanks For The Part # For The Hubs I Already Bought Them FROM Autozone
And Installed Them...TOO EASY...LOL.
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OK...I skipped from page 1 to page 4 so don't slap me too hard if this was already mentioned....I read through the write up...and one thing that kind of puzzled me.... light coat of grease... I have had issues before with even a light coat of grease, as time goes on, tends to get a little thick and the hubs don't disengage as easily cause the old grease tends to hold them in place. I have always just dipped the hub body completely in tranny fluid then slid them on. I haven't had any issues to date by doing this...am I the only one doing this or am I looking at a long term issue down the road?
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BillyBob, Warn even says in there instructions to NOT grease the hubs with anything, they are already coated in something.

Looks like cam break-in lube - very metallic, not much viscosity, but clings to everything.

And not much of it, either.

I did, however, use boat trailer wheel bearing grease, the kind that doesn't mix with water and turn to soup. The blue stuff. Not a lot, just enough around the **** mechanism on the inside of the cover, and over the splines so I could get the thing off again when I wanted to. The splines on the axle, that is.
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...., and over the splines so I could get the thing off again when I wanted to. The splines on the axle, that is.
HA!! And I thought I was the only one doing enuendos today...hehe
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