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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-29-2001, 08:55 AM Thread Starter
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Warn Hub Fuses

Now I know it's not Suzuki parts, but I'm thinking of installing new Warn Premuim Hubs instead of rebuilding mine.

My question is, does anyone know if Warn makes the Hub Fuses for Samurai applications?

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Re: Warn Hub Fuses

Nevermind. I called Warn. They don't make them for Zooks.

And since they copped a major attitude as though Warn is too good to develop products for the lowly Samurai, I'll be rebuilding my Stock hubs.

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Smart move , especially since Warn "premium" hubs aren't as good as stock Aisin .
YT , next time you are thinking about wasting some $ - just send it to me - come awwwwn !


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Re: Warn Hub Fuses

Just for curiosity~, my suzuki came stock from the dealer with warn hubs, ugly ones with the shifter in plastic... They still work...

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Re: Warn Hub Fuses

Tim, Thats not the first time I have heard of that Warn had an attitude towards Zukes. Maybe they should look in on the BBS once in a while to see there are Zukes out there. Jim

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Re: Warn Hub Fuses

Dude,

It seems that the little dweeb who sits there and provides techincal support is the one with an attitude.

The lady I email I replied to. She emailed me back in less than 2 minutes. Seems she is very interested in Suzukis and is looking to expand their product line to include more products for us Zukers. She was happy to know that the hub fuses hay be just the ticket for the big problem of busted Birfield joints on Sammys.

WE NEED MORE FOLKS LIKE HER OUT THERE!

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I guess a guy could call the dweeb & tune him up once in a while , eh ?


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