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Old February 28th, 2007, 08:08 PM   #1
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what do i need to do to change auto lockouts to manual on a d44 from a waggy
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Define "auto lockouts". Sounds like you are talking about drive flanges.
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not manual, auto locking hubs put it in 4x4 and go
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That's not an "auto locking hub" - it has drive flanges. You're only shifting the transfer case and everything else is always engaged.

What vehicle or what axle did the vehicle come from specifically? 1980-up Grand Wagoneer?
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If your hubs just have dust covers on them you can buy any internal locking hubs for a d44 and bolt them right in.
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That's not an "auto locking hub" - it has drive flanges. You're only shifting the transfer case and everything else is always engaged.

What vehicle or what axle did the vehicle come from specifically? 1980-up Grand Wagoneer?
Sorry i wasnt sure what they were called, but yes 80 somthing grand wagoneer

monkeyevil yes it has dust covers where can i get the conversion
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pretty much any parts store. I think Best Auto just north of 21 on Van Dyke has Warn hubs, or I remember seeing them at Advance Auto if they don't have them.

Ask for Warn Part #20990 for the Warn Premium hubs.

They interchange with most 70-80s Chevy 1/2-ton pickups and Ford's too so they shouldn't be hard to find. If they look puzzled when you ask about your Wag axle just tell them it's for your 1975 Chevy K10.
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