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What do I do with my manual hubs

I have a F-250 Diesel with 4wd. I can't read the hubs but they do turn manually. when do I put them where (toward the back or toward the front of the vehicle?

I don't use 4wd much and don't want to chew up the hubs

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Just remember the old saying. Righty-tighty lefty-losey. It works for both wheels. You turn to the right to tighten left to loosen therefore right to lock left to unlock.

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Here is an easy way to tell if and when they are not engaged. Look on the inside of the axle knuckle where you see the the axle come out of the axle tube. Reach in and turn the axle. If the axle turns your hub on that side is not engaged. Mark the position on the hub. Then move to the other side and perform the same process and mark the hub. Just use a little dot of fingernail polish to mark the unlocked position on the hub for future reference.

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