Warn Premium Manual Locking Hubs (Chrome ) - 20990


  • Warn | Part Number: WAR20990
  • Spline:19 Splines
  • Finish:Chrome
  • Knob Material:Metal
  • Fitment:Direct Fit


The WARN Premium Hub is a no-compromise hub designed for the hardcore off-roader or truck owner who will accept nothing less than the industry standard in performance. The all metal construction and Zink Aluminum Alloy dial ensure years of reliable functioning. This dial requires a full 9/10ths of a turn to ensure positive engagement of the inner drive gear to the clutch ring. To make sure they stay engaged, WARN premium hubs use a thick internal wave spring and heavy dial detents. We know our premium hubs will be used hard, so we build them to last. We're so confident, that all WARN hubs are covered by a lifetime limited warranty.



used them for 45 years. good stuff

a little hard to turn dial

from ky |
great upgrade

theese hubs look and work great, as with any manuel hub if it is not lined up when you lock it in it will be diffucult but that comes with the territory

from Indiana |
Strong metal parts, looks great too!

Easy install. WARN sent the wrong bolts in the package, but they were !FAST! to send the correct ones I needed. Great product, Exceptional service. Haven't used them yet under the truck, under restoration.

from Columbia,TN |
work great

the first time i installed these on a 1992 ford bronco was kind of a pain but only on the first side because on the second hub it installed very quickly and hassle free because i knew what i was doin but work very well some people said that i would need a spindle kit but luckily i did not, anyways they are very durable. my dad also has a set on his 97 f-350 that thing is a hog. i got them to replace my stock auto hubs (suck) so threw these in and haven't gotten stuck since

from forestville,ca |
great set of hubs!

used this set of hubs on other vehicles and never had any issues.. bolted right into a 1986 hub from a 3/4 ton dodge with no problems and works great!

from North carolina |
life time goods

These are the time proven manual hubs you can depend on.

from portland or, |
Work like a charm

The product works great was easy to install and I would recommend to anyone needing to replace.[...] saved me $100 by suggesting an alternative to the adapter kit that I needed and it worked great.Thanks guys and good stuff.

from Charlotte NC |

Warn speaks for itself.

from Santa Rosa, CA |
Great Hubs!

These are great hubs, I used them to replace my factory auto hubs on my 83 K10 truck. I would highly recommend them. The only thing I found that could be improved is the instructions. They were not as thorough as they could be and the picture break down really needs to be improved. They are not hard to install, they just could stand some better clarity. Especially when changing over from factory auto hubs.

from Roseville, CA |
What can you say.... Warn...

My origional hubs broke what a better way to fix it.... warn, simple instal and easy use.

from Glendora, CA |

Question & Answers

46 Answered questions

Will they fit a 71 gmc k1500 with stock hubs?

Asked by randy from calif. on

Thanks for the inquiry randy, the Warn Premium Manual Locking Hubs part # WAR20990 these will fit your vehicle.

Answered by from calif. on

Hello,my 75 ford f250 had a set on your standard hubs on it,i pulled it apart to find one torn up,the large spring also damaged, (the whole hub was loose at the backing plate),so my question-it had the large springs in the hubs,if a order #WAR20990, do I need to order a spring or are they not needed. Thanks Kevin

Asked by High boy Rider from Honesdale pa on

Hello If you are talking about the large spring about 3 inches in diameter and 4 inches long it is not needed. It should of been taken out even when using any Warn hub's. The hub's come with everything you will need to install them. Thanks

Answered by Rody from Honesdale pa on

Hey my name is doug Tate I have a 84 f150 with manual hubs already and I know this will fit on mine but when I took mine out there was a "pressure spring" and when I look at hubs new I never see or read anything about this spring just wondering if y'all could help me out with this.

Asked by doug tate from richmond va on

Hello Doug You are talking about the large spring behind the stock hub? If that is the one you remove it. It is not needed with the aftermarket locking hubs. Thanks

Answered by Rody from richmond va on

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In 1948, Arthur Warn founded Warn Industries to construct locking hubs for surplus World War II Jeeps. Ten years later, the Warn winch was manufactured to fill the need for a reliable recovery tool to aid off-roaders stuck in challenging situations. Since then, Warn has grown to offer a wide range of gear with the hallmarks of durability and affordability. 1988 spawned the aftermarket industry's first ATV winch and today their PowerSports line of winches ranks among the most esteemed in the industry and jeepers call on Warn for electric, hydraulic and severe duty components that get the job done. Shop Warn Now