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Mile marker/ Warn Hubs for sale

Discussion in 'Suspension | Axle' started by 78 k5, Jun 11, 2005.

  1. 78 k5

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    Both in good condition, off of a 10 bolt.
    Warns: $50
    MM: $30

    I can email pics if needed
     
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    Interested in the warns can you email a pick to me so I can check the condition?
     
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    Damnit, where were you two weeks ago when I needed D44 hubs local.... :(
     
  4. 78 k5

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    Sorry man, I've had these laying around for a while. I should've posted sooner :D Which ever set gets bought first the other is going back on my K5(prolly the MM's)
     
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    gonna pass the wife is getting me a new set for fathers day!!! Thanks TTT for you!
     
  6. 78 k5

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    Still have the Warns, price drop $40 TTT
     
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    Are they standards? Do the internal parts all hold together like they're supposed to instead of come apart when you look at them wrong?
     
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    ???????????? Standards off of my 10 bolt, I've got pics if you want...give me email
     
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    Well, the aluminum inner part... is supposed to come out holding all the other pieces in it... so it comes out as one piece. The bronze bushing, the internal collar, the large spring, the washer, and the two snap rings are supposed to hold it all together so it comes out as one piece. If you've got bad spindle bearings it usually wears out the aluminum lip and allows the snap ring to slide past and then all the stuff falls apart. I have like 3 sets of Warn hubs that have this problem.

    You can send me email using the form in my profile. I really don't want to put my email on the forum publicly as the last time I did this I started getting spam to that address (or alias).
     
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    nothing falls apart, I have pics but don't know how to send them through this form of email
     

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