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novaman64

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    1. Robinator
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      Dear novaman64, Well I finally stumbled around and found someone who spoke my language about locking hubs. Here's my issue - I have a nice little 92 1500 C/K and would love to put locking hubs on it. That is, get out and walk to the front end and manually disconnect them. Like you, I am a traditional guy, I don't want any hocus pocus, no electric solenoids, no computer crap, and I really don't want those dangerous, free wheeling style hubs. I have been past by my rear end going down a snowy, shallow hill. Question is, where can I find manual hubs for my truck? I would appreciate any info you may have. Thank you so much. Robinator
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