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Old 03-16-2002, 06:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Aisen Hubs Zuki

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Hey, I just came across some Aisen Hubs off a Samurai.

I'm familiar with the FJ40 Aisen Hubs. I am a 40 owner.

Are these things worth anything? I'm wanting to sell them to at least cover my costs, I am in them for $25 each. They are perfect.

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I know there is a for sale section but I'm not selling them yet I just want to gage there worth. They may be worth nada and I am just Chet out of Luck. Flame On!
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Old 03-16-2002, 06:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Aisen hubs are pretty strong, usally the birfeild goes before the hub on Suzukis. Thats a good price for hubs try putting them on the for sale page and see if anyone bites.
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Thanks dude.

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Are all the stock hubs Aisin ?

I have a set of SuperWinch also, which should I run? Or does it not matter?
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Are all the stock hubs Aisin ?

I have a set of SuperWinch also, which should I run? Or does it not matter?

I don't know for sure but I think all stock suzuki hubs are aisin. As for the superwinch hubs I've never seen 'em or heard of the breaking.
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Stock Toy and Sammy hubs are almost identical. They're very beefy. Us Toy guys keep the stockers, since they use the cone washers to hold them on. While this makes it a PITA to take the hub body off, it also keeps them from working loose on the trail and destroying the mounting studs... which is what usually happens with Jeep hubs if you don't check the bolts frequently.

This should answer most of your questions about the stock hubs:
http://www.off-road.com/toyota/tech/aisin/

Also, Superwinch hubs have an unlimited warranty. Bring in a broken one, and get a brand new one free. Period.
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thanks for the great artical link Yota-San... very informative
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