We know our off-road customers are expert drivers, and that's why they like to have full control over the performance of their vehicle. If you disagree with your vehicle about when it automatically or accidentally shifts between two-wheel drive and four-while drive, do yourself a favor and get a locking wheel hub conversion kit. You'll have direct control over keeping your ride in two-wheel drive until you decide you need your four-wheel drive. Especially if you're driving a classic model, a hub conversion kit can improve your fuel economy and strengthen your vehicle's axles. Don't skip this investment.
We Have a Kit for Your Ride
Even if you're driving an older model vehicle, we probably have a kit that will work, including a Dana 30 hub conversion kit and Dana 44 hub conversion kit for older model vehicles made by GM, Dodge, Ford, Jeep and more. You can enter the model, year and make of your ride in our drop down boxes, and we'll make sure you only see the kits that are compatible. That way you know you're getting exactly what you need the first time you place an order. If you have questions, don't hesitate to contact one of our expert customer service representatives to get your questions answered before you buy.
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At 4WheelParts.com, we believe in providing our customers with an outstanding experience. That's why we carry a huge stock of parts and aftermarket accessories by leading brands, provide exceptional customer service and keep our prices competitive. When you buy with us you know you aren't overpaying for parts thanks to our 90-day price match policy. If you find the part you bought here being sold somewhere else for less, we refund you the difference in cost. It's our way of making sure you don't need to look anywhere else for your automotive needs. Place your order today.Helpful Drivetrain & Differential Articles
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