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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-30-2007, 10:00 PM Thread Starter
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Aftermarket lockout hubs

Got a 2000 Ford F-350 DRW cant find aftermarket lockout hubs for the 4X4. Checked with about every hub company known to mankind, cant get any for drw because of the extensions required for the front wheels. I really dont want to go with factory hubs. They are stuck locked and i broke the plastic part trying to turn it. I do have esof 4X4 but a manual locking hub would suit me fine. Anyone have any ideas???

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Re: Aftermarket lockout hubs

Get single wheel hubs from Warn for an '03.
You'll just have to reach your hand a little further in, a spacer is the only thing different on the duallys, but other than that your good......

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Re: Aftermarket lockout hubs

Can you conver your ESOF Transfercase to manual then or do you need a new case to do that?


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Can you conver your ESOF Transfercase to manual then or do you need a new case to do that?
Gotta' have the other case.....

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Thanks Ashley, good info to know.


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Thanks Ashley, good info to know.
No worries, I've been working on sh!t-canning my ESOF case in favor for the manual shift........

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Re: Aftermarket lockout hubs

so your telling me i have to get a different transfer case if i get manual only locking hubs?

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Re: Aftermarket lockout hubs

No, you don't.

Cut the vacuum lines that go to the steering knuckles, leave enough to insert a small bolt in the hose. Then hose clamp the bolt in to prevent a leak. Then, remove the stock hub lockers, install the new ones. I have Warn Premiums on mine, part 38826. There is always a good deal on them from Ebay so it seems, where i got mine. The hubs work as normal, the knob on the dash only controls the transfercase actions, however it also applies vacuum to the hubs to lock them. If you got it capped off the solenoid won't know a difference.

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Re: Aftermarket lockout hubs

What does a set of OEM replacements cost anyways? Figure your OEMs lasted 7 years...... Thats gotta be worth something, and aside from when they finally freeze up, they dont break often, unless you do alot of pulling at the track..... Just my .02

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No, you don't.

Cut the vacuum lines that go to the steering knuckles, leave enough to insert a small bolt in the hose. Then hose clamp the bolt in to prevent a leak. Then, remove the stock hub lockers, install the new ones. I have Warn Premiums on mine, part 38826. There is always a good deal on them from Ebay so it seems, where i got mine. The hubs work as normal, the knob on the dash only controls the transfercase actions, however it also applies vacuum to the hubs to lock them. If you got it capped off the solenoid won't know a difference.

Here are mine..

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