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I have a diagram as well. Sorry, did not mention that before. Was looking for step by step type of thing. (4x4 noob). Was hesitant to start pulling parts as I found them. Sounds like your suggested plan, I think.? Not afraid of doing that on regular vehicle.
You mentioned a link to Axles/Bearing/Hub/service. Where is that found? On site FAQ's? Sounds like the ticket for this rookie. Your link to calipers came through OK (shown in blue and underlined) the axle suggestion/link was not. Any tips on how to get that info? That should about do it if you can clarify.
Not really dragging my feet to be difficult. No time to get at it lately. (4 kids). Hub is manual locking but have not started dismantling it other than the end cap thus far.
Will try to get on it a.m. of Wed Dec 2nd to look for clues re:Monroe/Spicer/Warner.
Nothing inside or outside of cap to suggest brand.
Thanks for you patience
internet being so huge....curious as to where you live. Can/US?
DescriptionTurning the locking hub clutch control to the ``L'' or ``4'' position connects the wheel hubs to the axle shafts. Therefore, when the transfer case is driving the front axle and the locking hubs are in the ``L'' or ``4'' position, the wheels are driven by the axle shafts. When the transfer case is not driving the front axle, the locking hub clutch controls are turned to the ``F'' or ``2'' position to disconnect the wheel hubs from the axle shafts. The wheels now rotate freely, but the axle shafts remain stationary.On any vehicle equipped with manually operated locking hubs, extreme care must be taken to ensure locking hub dials are fully engaged or disengaged, to prevent possible damage to the locking hubs. If the locking hubs are not properly maintained, full engagement of the control dials may become impossible due to excessive dirt and dust. Any time the vehicle is driven through water deep enough to cover the hubs, the locking hubs should be removed and cleaned, then lubricated thoroughly.These hubs are serviced as an assembly or subassembly only (hub body or hub clutch assembly only). Do not attempt to disassemble these units. If an entire hub or subassembly is defective, replace the entire assembly or subassembly. The hubs may be removed for cleaning and inspection purposes and for periodic lubrication only.
Instructions look good. Thanks. Word and diagram links to alldata.com are not working though.
spicer locking hub above
warner locking hub below
Two payments should have gone through. Did they?