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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-17-2002, 08:24 PM Thread Starter
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Where to get WARN hubs?

I'm looking for the warn hubs with the built in "fuses". Where can I order some? Anybody? Thanx, Brad.
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Re: Where to get WARN hubs?

i think this is what your lookin for
http://www.wheelersoffroad.com/warnhubs.htm
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Re: Where to get WARN hubs?

Pre'shate it-----that was exactly what I was looking for. Brad.
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Re: Where to get WARN hubs?

We carry the Warn hubs in stock and the Fuses. We run them on our own rigs too. Please feel free to email direct if you have any Q's.

http://www.rocky-road.com/zukdrive.html


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Re: Where to get WARN hubs?

I am under the impression the hub fuses work only when going straight ahead, and not when turned? If this is true, then what good are they since 99% of the time I blow out a front joint is when I'm turned.
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Re: Where to get WARN hubs?

U can help you here (spoke with WARN about them).

The are made for the U-297X u-joints. The sheer strength is set below the breaking strength of the u-joint, when dringing straight ahead. When turned, the U-joint is weaker, and may break before the u-joint sheers. Also, the "fast-slow-fast" effect of the u-joint at an angle also impacts the fuse (why? I dunno).

On the Zooks, we's gots CVs so there is no "fast-slow-fast" effect.

I figure they are realitively cheap, and would way easier to replace than an axle. I think they will sheer before a axle twists off in the carrier (assuming the birf is ringed).

Also, I hear they really fucck up diffs/carriers if a Detroit-style locker is used and the fuse lets go. No effect on Spools, OX's and ARBs.

I got them on my GV. Will go with them on the Sammy someday.
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