just go fj40 1980 landcruiser - how do you disengage hubs from h4 to h2

Asked by Jan 03, 2011 at 07:52 PM about the 1980 Toyota FJ40

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Turn the hub on each front wheel from "LOCK" to "FREE." If there isn't anything to turn then the hubs are auto-locking so you'll need to go in reverse for a little ways after shifting to 2-HI.

Thanks I'll try that. Ken

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