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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-21-2008, 03:23 AM
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Re: ? for those with Warn hub lockouts

grease never hurts at all put a light dose of grease on both and enjoy
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post #3 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-21-2008, 05:09 AM
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Re: ? for those with Warn hub lockouts

It doesnt get any moisture in there. I wouldnt worry about it. But as whiteduallyil said why not. It wont hurt nothing.

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Re: ? for those with Warn hub lockouts

I greased mine but couldnt find any info tellin me to
when i sold the truck i wish i would have taken them off

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Re: ? for those with Warn hub lockouts

I lightly lubricated that as well since it was aluminum on steel.

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Re: ? for those with Warn hub lockouts

I lube them when I install them.

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Re: ? for those with Warn hub lockouts

I put a light coating on mine when i installed them. Figured it couldn't hurt anything.

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Re: ? for those with Warn hub lockouts

I put some on mine I couldn't find anything saying to do it or not either

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Re: ? for those with Warn hub lockouts

I gave my Mile Markers for the old F150 a light coating as well. Never hurts if you don't get too crazy & over board with it.


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Re: ? for those with Warn hub lockouts

yea warn lubricates the internal compenonts and suppossedly thats good enough for the lifetime of the part, unless you pull it out and clean them really good, but they sell rebuild kits for them with grease... however the outside of the assy i dont see why you couldnt grease it up a little.. definitely cant hurt for corrossions sake..

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