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Do the auto locking hubs on a 1994 ranger 4x4 need to be greased?

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2006-09-25 21:48:59
2006-09-25 21:48:59

i have a 1994 f 150 with auto locking hubs and i made the mistake of greasing them. when i made a test run it sounded like gears grinding, i found out soon that on auto hubs you soak them in automatic transmission fluid. MERCON AUTO FLUID WORKS FINE.

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