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Selectro 11042 locking hubs

 
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Old 02-22-2015, 11:55 AM
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Selectro 11042 locking hubs

Anybody running these?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-Ford-Chevy-GMC-Dodge-Dana-50-60-1-Ton-Selectro-Warn-Locking-Hubs-30-Spline-/400855880100?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item5d54df51a4&vxp=mtr
These appear to be new, but research shows them to be obsolete. I like the big dial, looks like it would be easy to grab with gloves on. But if they are low quality, I'll just go to the spare parts shelf in my garage and get the old OEM's i robbed off another axle.

My autolocks have been good to me and are still working just fine, but I have encountered conditions where I need locking hubs.
 
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I've never heard of them.

I'm not really sure if matters, but one thing I noticed from the pic is that on the hubs, it looks like you turn them counterclockwise to engage them.

Every Ford truck that I've driven you need to turn them clockwise to engage them.
 
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I've never heard of them.

I'm not really sure if matters, but one thing I noticed from the pic is that on the hubs, it looks like you turn them counterclockwise to engage them.

Every Ford truck that I've driven you need to turn them clockwise to engage them.
Never noticed that before. I don't know if it would either.
 
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Turning the dial just pushes a sliding collar into engagement. The axle doesn't care which way it turns to accomplish this.

I think the Selectro hubs were found on older F-Series trucks... not sure which years.
 
 
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