Designed specifically to remove a weak link in popular Dodge Ram 4x4 trucks, Dynatracs Free-Spin Heavy Duty Hub Conversion Kits replace the factory unit bearings with fixed spindles for superior strength, improved fuel economy, and smooth performance.
I have a 1999 Dodge Ram 3500 dually will this kit work or do I need adaptors
Carmen from Painesville, ohio on
Yes, this kit will fit your vehicle application.
from Painesville, ohio on
I have a 2004 dodge 2500 with 4 wheel antilock brake system.
Does this kit have a plug and play wheel sensors available so my system will remain working and avoid a a failed vehicle inspection issue. Thank you Roy
Roy from Rye, nh on
Hello there,This is a commonly misunderstood issue. ABS ring seals aren’t great and frequently do a poor job of keeping debris out. If debris gets in and can’t easily get out, damage could occur. We believe that exposed ABS rings can easily shed water and debris that a seal might retain.
In fact, the tone rings on the rear of many Dodge trucks and millions of other vehicles equipped with 4-wheel ABS, are completely exposed to the elements. Vehicles with older 3-channel and single-channel ABS systems have a single rear sensor that plugs into the rear diff. Newer vehicles with 4-channel, 4-wheel ABS usually have a sensor at each rear wheel, near the brakes, that is completely exposed to the outside world.
The stock tone ring on the front of Dodge, Ford and GM trucks is enclosed inside the front Unit Bearing because that is the least expensive way to package and deliver it to the assembly line. This is true whenever a Unit Bearing is employed on the front axle by the OEM.
Ray Ray from Rye, nh on
Will this work on my 2010 Dodge 2500
Barbone from Fort Collins Colorado on
Hello Barbone, the Dynatrac Dodge Dana 60 Free Spin Kit By Dynatrac will not fit your vehicle. however They do make a kit that does. Please give me a call direct for pricing because this kit is not currently available on our site. 310-900-2664 ask for Wayne. Thank you for your inquiry.
Known for its brawny axle assemblies, Dynatrac got its start in the early 1990s when founder Jim McGean was building axles in his garage for off-road enthusiast friends. When others resorted to low quality parts from overseas, he took a stand and maintained production here in the states. Dynatrac's innovations include the high-clearance ProRock 60, Free-Spin hub conversion kits and heavy-duty DynaLoc locking hubs. Every axle manufactured undergoes 117 inspections during its assembly for quality assurance and the Huntington Beach, California-headquarted company has a deserving reputation as a manufacturer of high quality innovative components. Shop Dynatrac Now