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Ford 250 auto/lock hubs

I have a super duty with the auto/lock hubs did you say you can replace them with warn lock/free hubs?

i would think you would have to keep it the same.

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  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    how do you replace the automatic lockout

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I have the same hubs on my truck as what you have. I have been told it can be done you just have to know if you have a dana 50 or 60 front axle. The warn hubs i'm sure are a better quality hub but if your worried about the auto feature of your current hubs. That is vacuum accuated when you 4 wheel drive is engaged. And there fore vacuum engaged. Mine used to work great but after a lot of mudding sand got into seals and vacuum didn't work anymore so i treat them as free/lock hubs.

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U can put warn lockouts in i put them in my 2000 superduty

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