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Free hubs for Suzuki Vitata, Grand Vitara, X-90, Jimny, Samurai - Zinc

Free hubs for Suzuki Vitata, Grand Vitara, X-90, Jimny, Samurai - Zinc
Free hubs for Suzuki Vitata, Grand Vitara, X-90, Jimny, Samurai - Zinc
Free hubs for Suzuki Vitata, Grand Vitara, X-90, Jimny, Samurai - Zinc
Free hubs for Suzuki Vitata, Grand Vitara, X-90, Jimny, Samurai - Zinc
Free hubs for Suzuki Vitata, Grand Vitara, X-90, Jimny, Samurai - Zinc
Free hubs for Suzuki Vitata, Grand Vitara, X-90, Jimny, Samurai - Zinc
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Free hubs for Suzuki Vitata, Grand Vitara, X-90, Jimny, Samurai - Zinc
Free hubs for Suzuki Vitata, Grand Vitara, X-90, Jimny, Samurai - Zinc
Free hubs for Suzuki Vitata, Grand Vitara, X-90, Jimny, Samurai - Zinc
Free hubs for Suzuki Vitata, Grand Vitara, X-90, Jimny, Samurai - Zinc
Free hubs for Suzuki Vitata, Grand Vitara, X-90, Jimny, Samurai - Zinc
Free hubs for Suzuki Vitata, Grand Vitara, X-90, Jimny, Samurai - Zinc
Free hubs for Suzuki Vitata, Grand Vitara, X-90, Jimny, Samurai - Zinc

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  • Model: B029ZINC
  • MPN: BR0043429
MakeModelVersionYear
SuzukiGrand Vitara1988-19981988 - 1998
SuzukiJimny1998-20171998 - 2001
SuzukiSamuraiSJ1978 - 2001
SuzukiVitara1988-19981988 - 1998
SuzukiVitaraX-901995 - 1997
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Free hubs for  Suzuki Vitata, Grand Vitara, X-90, Jimny, Samurai


Used to connect or disconnect the front axle assembly on part-time 4WD models, they can also be fitted to early model 4WDs that have fixed hubs to stop unnecessary differential rotation and resulting wear.
The outer end of each front axle is a splined section over which the inner hub fits. Around the outside of this is an outer hub which is connected to the wheel. A clutch separates the two. This clutch can be engaged by oblique grooves cut inside the free wheeling hub control knob that is mounted on the outside.


Turning the knob from ‘4x2’ to ‘4x4’ moves the clutch, locking the inner and outer hubs together. For normal on road or hard surface usage, 4WD is not required and the hubs should be placed in the free position. If 4WD is required or likely to be required, the hubs should be turned to the ‘lock’ position.

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