Quigley put together all the parts. I talked to them this morning, all they could give me is the parts number for the original Warn manual hubs.
The Ford SuperDuty DID solve the problems, I used 4x4 to get into and out of Saline Valley, and for 100 miles on I-40 in the snow.
I checked with the local 4x4 place and they did replace the hubs 1.5 months ago with the part Quigley originally installed. I probably will not go back to them after the conversation this morning, however. (Flagstaff 4X4)
Everything was turning, just the hubs didn't engage (it didn't always get get pushed into the gears when the selector was turned into them because of inner snap ring differences).
When the Warn hubs started having problems the first time I took off the twisty mechanism thinking Id see chewed up parts, but they looked fine inside. The local 4x4 shop didn't diagnose why the hubs didn't work, they said they just replaced the hubs with the same ones that where on there.
The Ford dealer mechanic showed me how the Warn hubs were not getting pushed in far enough to engage the inner gears unless everything was lined up perfect (which the inner snap ring groove tolerances would not allow all the time)
I bought the rig 6 years old with 30k miles on it, I don't think the original owner ever used the 4wd.
It was interesting that my E-350 had already been to the Bishop dealer for other unrelated problems.