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outdoorextremist
09-06-2005, 10:41 AM
anyone want to point me in the right direction here, i am looking for a good brand of manual hubs, I know that if I was rich enough I would buy warn platnums but I am cheap, any one know of any other brands that are good out there. its for a dana50 IFS, right now from factor there is auto hubs and they suck. I know they are going to break when I really need 4x4. I want to change them before that happens.

thanks for the help

91 Ford F250 4x4, 302 on propane,with shorty headers, and 33" tires.
I am No redneck, I am a Backwoods hillbilly

Bigsexy
09-06-2005, 11:37 AM
i will sugest NOT to get the warn premiums... i had em for about 3 weeks b4 one blew soo i swappd my stock ford hub back in.. im not too impressd with em.. and its not like i beat the piss outa my truck ne ways..jsut sum simple trail riding..my stock ford hubs have takin waaay more abbuse then i put on the warns and there still goin...

hornythrony
09-06-2005, 04:24 PM
stock mans are good or you can try mile marker you can get them at sport trucks unlimited and theres another brand but i cant think of it right now

its a fullsize thing! jeep owners just wont understand :p

m j
09-17-2005, 06:11 PM
a warn premuim is the same as a standard warn
other then the dial is made of pot metal coved in brass vs plastic
the working parts are exactly the same stuff

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shockless
09-17-2005, 07:47 PM
i have warn premiums and there holding up

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87 F250 300/4.9l/ stock running gear/3:54s
mods: k&n filter,3 inch trailmaster body lift,31's,roll bar, warn manual hubs,
coming soon:
sas, highsteer, 456's,351 windsor, 38-40s
"I lifted my truck cause fat chicks cant climb"