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Add hubs my toyota 4x4 t 100 has add front hubs-should the front side axles turn while in 2 wheel drive?

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    my front axles have broken & I need to reassemble my both swivel hubs. i have replacement hubs.

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No they shoudnt make the hubs are unlocked

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