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Rugged Ridge Manual Hubs


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WOW just WOW!!!! I love them, my 4WD is there the second i lock them in, my old PVH were sketchy on when and if they were going to lock in. I would buy another set in a second!!!!!
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Yep, they are pretty awesome, works every time. :icon_twisted:
 

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I like your excitement, but as a Gen II owner I have not a clue what you are talking about. So if you could explain a bit please?
 

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These hubs replace the unreliable pulse vacuum hublocks that come stock on 1998-2000 Ranger 4x4s. They are the only manual hub option from the factory.
 

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I would buy another set in a second!!!!!
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I agree they are worth every penny, but be careful what you wish for...I lost one going down the road one day, and I couldn't find it so I DID buy a second set. Without the one I lost I never could figure out what went wrong either, I guess they just get loose over time.
 

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I agree they are worth every penny, but be careful what you wish for...I lost one going down the road one day, and I couldn't find it so I DID buy a second set.
LOL, yeah mine seem a little loose to, i think the plastic clips just start to wear out.
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maybe get some JB weld and plasic weld it or w.e to your hub? or even put some kind of cault on it soo it stays in place
 

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