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WARN PREMIUM MANUAL LOCKING HUBS, SET OF 2 -- 28 spline; Includes Warn Stud Kit part number 38003; Features 9/10 turn dial for robust engagement/disengagement, heavy detents for positive engagement, wave spring technology for increased reliability over standard coil springs, and ZA Alloy dial with dual seals for strong protection against contaminants; Warn Spindle Nut Conversion Kit PN 29918 is required when replacing factory automatic hubs with manual hubs except for ADD.
Fit Note: 4WD, Hub Set Includes Stud Kit PN
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RUGGED RIDGE MANUAL LOCKING HUBS, SET OF 2 -- 28 splines; 6-bolt; Each manual hub features a military-specification hardened nylon center dial that prevents damage to internal parts in the unlikely event of axle breakage, precision machined and heat treated internal components, a die cast aluminum cap with corrosion resistant glossy finish, and a salt-spray tested epoxy enamel finish for the hub body; Improves 4WD performance when the hubs are locked; Reduces drive train noise and vibration; Provides better fuel economy due to the lesser drag on the engine, more mileage for the front tires since they will rotate freely, and a more comfortable ride due to lightened steering.
Brand: Rugged Ridge
Fit Note: 28 Spline
Set of 2
Anticipated Ship Out Time:
1-2 business days
6-month or 6,000-mile Rugged Ridge limited warranty
"has a great look to it . easy to install . recommend to anybody that has 4X4 with automatic hubs."
posted by: dan on November 14, 2010
"Unless you're the really hardcore off-roader, Rugged Ridge locking hubs are the ones to choose. The hubs are easy to operate and install (all the necessary hardware was included); look good; and, in my case, greatly improved steering ease, and slightly increased the MPG over my factory installed automatic hubs."posted by: CO4ever on November 17, 2008
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