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Default Warn Hub Conversion Kit... 1 left! drastically reduced!

We have just ONE of these warn kits available....be quick!

$990.00 Inc GST

Jeep TJ, XJ, YJ,(95 & Newer) 5 on 4.5" wheel bolt pattern, 297X/76OX u-joint, 27 spline.

Product Features
-Replaces non-serviceable hubs, improves flat towing capabilities, and reduces driveline wear
-Made for vehicles with a 5 on 4.5" wheel bolt pattern
-Kit includes 1/2 ton internal mount hubs , not for use with tires over 33-in
-Compatible with 95-05 - Jeep Cherokee/Wrangler with 27 spline hubs and 297X/760 u-joints
-Track width is increased by 3/4" so full cast rotors must be purchased and machined to suit warn hubs
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why the restriction in tyre size? are they a bit weaker than stock? I run 35's so it would break?
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I would think it's sold by now anyway.
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why the restriction in tyre size? are they a bit weaker than stock? I run 35's so it would break?
IMHO Yes & Yes.
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