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Re: broken hub !
Myself and my 2 other buddies who own Titans have all replaced front hubs on our trucks. One of my buddies had a catastrophic failure of the hub and he didn't even notice until it blew up like you had happen. He got lucky and all it cost him was a new hub, CV axle and a tow truck bill. Mine was howling pretty bad and I had it changed a few months back. All the trucks were right around the 100k mile mark when hubs failed. Anyway, I agree that 10k miles is definitely premature for a hub failure. I didn't mean to sound like a dink, but really hubs are wear and tear items, and with a lift you blow them out faster. Was the hub that failed an OEM hub that you already replaced, was it an aftermarket part, or does your truck only have 10k on it? Are you sure it was installed properly?
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2005 Titan LE King Cab 4x4 Offroad Big Tow FFV.
Radiant Silver with charcoal leather interior, black Nissan OEM brush guard, LT315/70r17 Kelly Safari TSR tires on OEM OR 7-spoke 17" rims, Rough Country 3" lift, 1" rear block, Bilsteins 5100s front and rear, 2011 Pro4x rear end, Axle vent mod, 2 degree timing advance, NGK Iridium spark plugs, Stock Airbox mod with K&N filter, Magnaflow 14" SI/SO muffler on stock pipes with T304 stainless double-wall tip, Optima Yellow Top D34 battery, OEM Rockford Fosgate audio system, Protecta chrome tool box, 6000K HID headlights, TomTom GO 920 Navigation system.
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