Or get a pc that actually works.:twak J/k,:beer Works for me; btw, what happened to your post count? Says you only have 3 on my screen.......Ogeechee 4x4 said:it's really easy... you follow a link to a page that doesn't exist:twak
yeah--that might help :bangheadProject Lazarus said:Or get a pc that actually works
i donno.. maybe a wire got crossed somewhere :shrug or either i've racked up so many posts, the counter has rolled over :thumbupProject Lazarus said:btw, what happened to your post count? Says you only have 3 on my screen.......
Hmm, I wonder how the D60s and 70s, and 14bolts work then? :goodfingeKing Andy351 said:you have to have some form of a locking hub with a full floater, otherwise your wheel won't get power.
did you think i was serious?muddinmike said:the axle shaft has a flange on it that bolts to the outer hub which gets bolted to the drum or rotor just like the front end :twak no selectable hubs on the 60 or 14B unless you converted somehow
How much is the conversion? I couldn't find a price list on the Warn site. So if you were to spool the rearend after wheeling you could unlock one side and then while driving on the highway you wouldn't be feeling the effects of the spool right?OPB davids78Bronco
The hubs, obviously, work the same as the front, to make it possible for flat towing, and unlocking one axle if you happen to have a spool