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Old 04-14-2008
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anyone know what this is

check this link http://www.thepartsbin.com/sitemap/f...kit~parts.html the first kit that comes up is for a ranger, what is that, it cant possbily be all those parts for that cheap can it?
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Looks like a manual hub conversion kit to me! That is a good price but I would think thats all you need. Someone else that knows will chime in though Im sure.
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Looks like a manual hub conversion kit to me! That is a good price but I would think thats all you need. Someone else that knows will chime in though Im sure.
i cant see the kit coming with the hubs and all for that price, has anyone bought these yet?
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I don't think it comes with the hubs. its just the nuts you need to do the converstaion.
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yea, those are just the spindle lock nuts that you can get from a parts store for cheaper.
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or you can go directly to warn and get the right ones.
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The right ones? so the factory spicer spindle nuts are not the correct ones? are they better when warn buys them and repackages them with their logo?
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i wasnt talking about the nuts i know thats bull**** because they were the same on my f150 but im saying the right kit with the hubs and all
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well hubs are generally sold individually in most instances and with the right part numbers can be cheaper than any "kit" out there. Especially if you are buying manual hubs new you can buy the warn 37780 which are a stronger housing than the ford warn hubs. The hubs are identical except the 37780s are about 3 pounds heavier because they use a better metal in the housing which keeps them from grenading quite as much...
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