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When I pulled out my hub locks all 4 o-rings were bad. 2 broke and 2 are stretched so bad I can't use them. Does anyone know where I can find these or the exact name for them?
 

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yo TBR;
Re they auto or manual locking hubs
and are they Warn?

for Warn Premium Hubs (Warn pn 20990) Warn pn see; http://www.warn.com/truck/hubs/premium_application_chart.shtml

Premium Hub Service Kit
Warn pn 20825
Check local parts stores for the kit;
or Google; Warn pn 20825;
one result;
Technical Details
Premium Manual Locking Hub Service Kit $29.99
For WARN Hub Part Number 20990
All O rings
Retaining Bolts
Snap Rings

http://www.4wd.com/Jeep-Drivetrain-...t.aspx?t_c=12&t_s=237&t_pt=5255&t_pn=WAR20825

I believe some here or in another Bronco Forum bought some from NAPA; from an O Ring service hit for less $.


look here
To locate your nearest Warn Authorized Service Center where you can purchase Replacement
Parts over the phone or at their place of business, please select from the links below
http://www.warn.com/store/service_parts.jsp

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Standard Manual Warn Hub PN 9790
Two Google results for example;
http://www.warn.com/truck/hubs/application_chart.shtml
Standard Hub Service Kit pn 11967
$32.14 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35
http://www.amazon.com/WARN-11967-Internal-Mount-Service/dp/B000CQHYXI
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The Hub Service Kits are designed to supply you with all the small parts necessary to rebuild one locking. The Kit includes all the snap rings, gaskets, retaining bolts and O rings as needed for your style hubs
$29.99 at http://www.4wheelparts.com/Drivetra...t.aspx?t_c=12&t_s=237&t_pt=5255&t_pn=WAR11967
 

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Thanks man! Sorry they are auto hubs

Edit: I didn't see anything for auto hubs. Does anyone know the sizes? Maybe I can find them at a local hardware store. I need the o-ring that goes on the hub after the retainer and the o-rings for the hub cap.
 

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If you look at the diagram all the way to the left in the top link there is a seal (that appears to be) IIII% then there is o-ring 1L106
 

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Autozone has a hub service kit, I will get the part # and update this when it comes in. I hope it's the correct one.
 

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Well seeing as your missing them I popped it all back together and took it for a test drive. There was an o ring behind the retainer but nothing blew up lol.

It drives like a new truck holy ****!!! I wish I did the forever ago! I took it easy in, backing in and out of the driveway a few times to let the seals set and make sure there were no funny noises but it drives and handles better now.

Tomorrow when autozone gets the parts kits in I will let you guys know if it has the right parts.
 

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Haha sorry for stepping on your toes master, won't happen again ;-). Just realized I posted the previous reply in the wrong thread. I rebuilt the front end, removing the o rings didn't make that much of a difference lol.
 
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