Automatic hubs

Dan Boughton
355

Asked by Dan Jan 18, 2010 at 08:18 AM about the 1997 Ford Ranger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my 97 ranger keeps tearing the front hubs out of it. any ideas what i should do... id like to keep the auto hubs if i can figure it out.. but i know the best bet is just to get the manual lock outs. but any ideas will work...

Thnx guys

3 Answers

Koleson Hubbard
15

Yes I am a Ford certified tec and I also have a 97 ranger. The automatic hubs are shit and expensive Warn makes a manual locking hub and I use then almost every weekend and the have been going strong for almost 3 years now. they are what I rec.

Dan Boughton
355

i didnt think the manual lockouts were that bad... 260 for the adapter kit and hubs... i thought it wasnt too bad myself

Koleson Hubbard
15

they are the way to go. They are a lot durable and cheaper the the automatic hubs

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