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Old 11-25-2009, 09:04 AM
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links don't seem to be working anymore any way to get them back? I would like to do this...
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Same procedure, different link:

Auto to Manual Lockout Hub Conversion pictures from cars photos on webshots

Very simple to do.
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Thanks! That answers my question of what to do with the vac lines, however, i still have a question about this screw... do i remove it? It looks like it is just there for shipping purposes... The instructions provided with the hubs do not mention it.

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(i stole this picture from this link: Auto to Manual Lockout Hub Conversion pictures from cars photos on webshots )

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No, leave that screw right where it is. It's so when you take it apart, the locking ring (and spring?) don't fall out
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That document missing is my fault. I recently revamped one of my websites, and the document didn't make it over.

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Link still not working

Krewat,

I still can't get the link to work. Any chance you can pm me a better link?

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Great info!

Hey guys, I just joined up so that I could share my recent auto hub experiences with you and also try to get a little more opinions. I use my F250 SD for fishing on the Outer Banks of NC, and spend (usually) a week at a time in soft sand. This October, I got stuck because my 4x4 light indicated I was in 4WD but I wasn't. That began my education on these things. I took it to the shop in Charlotte to have it fixed, and frankly, I think since it started working again, they did nothing. The mechanic just told me that he didn't like the system, and that he would switch to manuals. Well, I went again last week and guess what? Got on the island and had no 4WD. I finally got it to work and was determined to go online and learn more about the issue. Well, that brought me to you and I am learning a lot, so thanks! One place, though, I read that if the autos aren't engaging and the vacuum lines are intact, I should replace the o-rings and lightly grease them, because the problem is likely a leak around those o-rings. Still, I think I'm going manual, so here is what I'd like an opinion on - there seem to be three kinds to consider - Warn, Superwinch, and Mile Marker. Is there a better choice among the three (disregarding looks) for my use in the salt and sand environment?
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I have always favored Warn Premiums. Lifetime warranty and they do stand behind them.
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sorry, here's the link:

Super Duty Automatic to Manual Hub Conversion.doc

I editted the original post with the link in it also...

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Really if they aren't worn out or anything the stock ones act just like manual ones no need to replace them.

I prefer WARNS.

I replaced mine today at work in the snow took about 5 minutes per side. Did it with the tires on, with a pair of pliers and a 9/64" allen wrench.
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any luck on the original link? I did get the other link with the photos though..
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2003 f250 4x4 gas replacing hubs

Warn tells me i need to use spindle conversion kit 32721 before installing warn standard manual hubs???
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2003 f250 4x4 5.4....I purchased the warn standard manual locking hubs. It tells me that if I'm replacing the oem auto hubs with manual hubs I need to purchase 32721 spindle nut conversion kit before installing hubs???
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I haven't installed mine yet, but as far as I can tell, the instruction sheet is wrong...it is only the pre-2002 vehicles that need the kit I believe.
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