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94 4x4 explorer

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I have a 94 4x4 lifted 4inches on 33s, and my 4x4 does not work, its the push button 4x4 and the light comes on and everything turns(DRIVE SHAFT/ FRONT DIFF/ BOTH SIDES OF DRIVE SHAFT LINKS) up till the auto hubs(which i heard sucked for that year) and i also hear like its rubbing by the wheels as if its trying to engage , how can i fix this?

Also, if its hubs, could i possibly take manual locking hubs/ and all the rings off a 91 bronco II and basically switch everything on my explorer , and basically convert it to manual? I need help... Thanks


94 4x4 explorer...muddin till its dry.
 


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Flip4ford

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Could very well be the hubs. There are several threads about converting to manual hubs on here. The Jeep dana 35 hubs are the best and I have had them on mine for about 3 years of hard wheeling with no problems.

The BII hubs will not work. You have a dana 35 and BII's are a Dana 28.

Hope this helps.
 




4x4junkie

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A small number of '90 BIIs did have the D35, but most are D28s, yes (there is no '91 BII).

Agreed, the Warn Jeep hubs pt#37780 are the ones to get if you plan to be doing any decent wheeling (especially if you have a front differential locker).
 




94 4x4 explorer

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Sweet, thanks, where can I grt the jeep warn hubs? I plan on converting to manual locking hubs
 




unfallen

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u can get them at any auto parts store
 




awdsixbolt

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trying cleaning your transfer case motor and see if that helps as well.
 




4x4junkie

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u can get them at any auto parts store

Maybe regular hubs... But not the Warn Jeep hubs.

For the #37780 Jeep hubs try TRS Fab. I've also seen them pop up on Ebay as well as Amazon having them too.
 




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