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Old 03-15-2016
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Which hubs to get, MM,Warn, or RR for my 99 ?

I haven't seen much good written about the Rugged Ridge. The Mile Markers look way to similar to the RR, and I can't tell a thing about any of the Warn pictures. Or should I get the OEM replacements ? My system seems to be working, except for the hubs. Vacuum when in 2wd, no vacuum when in 4wd. Problem is that my hubs are NOT disengaging. I want to address this, but was looking for some input, thanks !!!
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So are you looking to go from pulse vacuum to manual?
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I'm looking to make them work :) Manual is fine, had them all my life. Auto is convenient if they last and work.
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