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Front hub free spin kits, looking for feedback on which one?
OK, going to do free wheeling hubs on my 2010 RAM 2500, I have researched Dynatrac, Spyntec, RAM man, Yukon Gear and one other one. I am leaning towards Spyntec sold by Genos, bearing races already installed, cost are pretty close to each except RAM man, his hubs look like they use the same weak bearing set up, certainly be the simplest and quickest, but I'd like to get the better serviceable wheel bearing upgrade also. Just trying to stop all the front hardware from always spinning and not having to wait for my stock wheel bearings to fail will be nice.
Anyone else do this? What kit did you use and why?
2010 Dodge 2500 SLT Crew Cab Long Bed 4WD G56 6SPD Cummins 6.7 turbo diesel, 3.42 LSD. Add ons: Laramie Alloys, "Powerwagon" flares, Powerwagon bed decal (4X4 off road) OE Ram mudflaps, OE Slush Mats, OE Clearance Lamps, Geno's shift knob in black, spray in bedliner, OE brake controller, Pro Tech Toolbox, Licensed "Extra" class HAM operator, Ranger RCI-2950 10-11-12 meter all mode ham radio/CB, co-phased 4 foot Firestick Firefly 5/8 wave antennas. Yaesu FT7800 2m/70cm VHF/UHF-FM Ham Radio, Larsen NMO2/70C mounted dual band VHF/UHF antenna, Alinco DR-06 6 meter VHF FM, Larsen NMO50C 1/4 wave antenna, 150 PSI on board air system, air powered 157 db train horns!
Last edited by toyota_mdt_tech; 06-16-2019 at 07:53 PM.