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Old 11-25-2006
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mile marker hubs

just put on a set of mile marker hubs yesterday, anyone else running them? ive heard that the warn are better, but these are at least a step up from the auto hubs that didnt always engage. it was about 75 bucks cheaper to go with milemarker and they were in stock. i might try and make drive flanges out of the old auto hubs. my dad's full-size bronco has dead auto hubs also and ive gotton him a set of manuel hubs for christmas. his set was 50 bucks cheaper than mine, must be due to the millions more 44 series axles out there vs the lower production run of the 35 series axle. im still running stock tires, so that should help hub life somewhat.
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i have the Mile Markers on my '97..........i like them........in my opinion they are just as good as the Warn's.........heck mine came with a lifetime warranty from AutoZone....
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I have them on my Bronco, haven't had a problem with them yet. Got a lifetime warranty from Autozone as well.
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