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Old August 28th, 2008, 05:59 PM   #1
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I have 3 warn D60 hubs, all of which have a bad bearing between the inner spline that hugs the axle shaft, and the outer hub that sits in the wheel hub.

Can I buy that part?
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yes, it comes with the rest of a new lockout though...
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Warrenty them. I think you can take them in to a Advanced auto and they will give you new ones
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yes you can, I think you still can..... well its been awhile... I'll call in the morning to see if the parts are still available. I don't see why they wouldn't be.
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Warrenty them. I think you can take them in to a Advanced auto and they will give you new ones
huh? Warn has lifetime warranties?
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No they don't sell replacement parts anymore. They only sell the gaskets (o-rings) and bolts. New set is about $150
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well wtf

what about spicer?
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Warns customer service is awesome!!! Warn has lifetime warranties on premium hubs. I had one fail, returned it to them, they sent me 2 new ones! Call them direct @ 1.800.543.9276, They have always been awesome to deal with, they even warrantied the wire harness on my SBD 210 lights
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