What manual hubs are you running?

Discussion in 'Front Diff & Hubs' started by The88, Apr 6, 2016.

  1. Frankenchevy

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    Deez wunz
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    Thay iz big n stuff
     
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    You must have hit them (Amazon) at just the right time. I need a set of hubs for my k20 when I rebuild it, might have to keep an eye on Amazon. Probably don't need anything that heavy, but I do plow snow with it, and give it a good workout from time to time.
     
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    Big, but not enormous....
     
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    Still have the big old Yellow knob Spicer hubs on my 8 lug Dana 44. I guess they are called Hub Loc hubs. Swhat it came to me with.
     
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    apparently they are wide enough that I need Christmas tree lights on my roof and tailgate and I don't. hopefully I don't get pulled over by the tape measure police.

    edit: I think they are what came stock on the D60. so far they've been reliable, but the truck stays in 4wd almost always. they only get unlocked when I leave my property to drive to the rubicon or to tote my dirt bikes around. no I don't drive very far into the rubicon. its just close to my house and I go fishing up there.
     
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    this is why I carry the full time 4wd axle slugs/ locker in the truck.
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