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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-05-2000, 04:40 PM
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D44 lockouts

My FSJ D44 has full-time hubs and I want to convert to lockouts. Are the F150 outers the best way to go or does Warn make a conversion kit? It doesn't make any difference to me whether I stay 5 on 5.5 or the 6 lug pattern, I guess "cheapest" is the way I'd like to go. Thanks for your suggestions.

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Re: D44 lockouts

All that you need is a set of lockout hubs for a Dana 44. The wheel bearing hub does not need to be changed. All that you are doing is replacing a drive flange with a lockout type hub. You can't get any cheaper or easier than that.

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Re: D44 lockouts

When I swapped out the auto locking hubs on the front of my 95 Bronco Dana 44 to Warn hubs, they had a conversion kit that was needed. It included the 2 spindle nuts and washer.

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