Yeah Andy that is what I was just looking at but wanted to get some pros in put as I am not one :duh Thanks for the feed backAndy351 said:
HEHE looking at Andys write up now :thumbup Just what I needed :toothlessMarauder said::stupid
exactly i love those hubs and i was going to point you to andy's write up or beermans SFO site because both show exactly how to install em :thumbup
whoa, i am pro now? when do i start to get sponsored and the hot bitches flocking to my ride?BroncoHound said:but wanted to get some pros in put as I am not one
:lolup :lolup :histerica :histericaAndy351 said:whoa, i am pro now? when do i start to get sponsored and the hot bitches flocking to my ride?
EXACTLY. The only significant difference being the metal cap with 7/8 turn engagement vs plastic cap and 1/4t engagement. Ford used Warn hubs from the factory starting around 91-92. Before that, the manuals were Spicers, which I consider to be a superior design all-around. I have also broken the Warns, but it was due to a broken disengagement spring that caused the hub gear to get stuck halfway betwen engaged and disengaged. Add a little throttle, and boom.m j said:Warns are not as good as you are all claiming.
the premiums in most applications use the exact same guts as the regular Warns.
many axles come from the factory with Warn hubs.