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Old 12-05-2010, 05:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Front SpynTec Conversion Kit For Dodge / freewheel front hub

Has anyone done one of these conversion kits?

Front SpynTec Conversion Kit For Dodge 02-08 - Spyntec Conversions - Spyntec Industries LLC.

i was wondering how the install was and how you would rate the kit.

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I know people that have them, I had the dynatrac kit on a previous truck. Compareing the two, the spyntech kits hubs sit out allitle farther and makes the front of the truck slightly wider. I havent herd of a negative side effect of that. Their kit seams complete and easy to install just like the dynatrac kit. I have herd the spyntech hubs arent as good as dynatracs but I havent herd of anyone having a problem with them. Biggest issue with spyntech is getting their product... allways under backorder.
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Old 01-02-2011, 11:46 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I installed this kit about this time late year, it is a great kit and the install took about 4 and 1/2 hours, it helps that my best friend has an axle shop, also went with a Truetrac limited slip in the front. Kit is great, everything went as planned, instructions were very good. Pictures of the install included.


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so you been running a year....

Have you seen an increase in MPG as i have seen suggested.

I have hear up to 2 mpg difference with free spinning front hubs...

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I know people that have them, I had the dynatrac kit on a previous truck. Compareing the two, the spyntech kits hubs sit out allitle farther and makes the front of the truck slightly wider. I havent herd of a negative side effect of that. Their kit seams complete and easy to install just like the dynatrac kit. I have herd the spyntech hubs arent as good as dynatracs but I havent herd of anyone having a problem with them. Biggest issue with spyntech is getting their product... allways under backorder.
just to clarify a bit, the overall axle width after this kit is no wider than the factory. the spyntech kits hubs (the locking portion) are a little wider but the hubs themselfs are about the same width (have to be due to the bearing separation for the weight they handle).

but all in all, i love my kit. it was easy to install. took me longer due to the fact that i also replaced my ball joints w/ the dynatrac ones. i like having the option of 2low now when i back in trailers w/ my DD clutch (but the clutch will be gone soon...for a 48re). the steering seems to be smother (but i'm not sure if its just me over analyzing things). i didn't really notice an increase in mileage, but its not because of the kit. i've installed many things at the same time as the hub kit so i can't say which one gave me the mileage i have. plus, i have a heavy foot so that doesn't help w/ mileage either.
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