I used the GDT5 tool from Try-In Tools to remove the hub. It took a while to reinstall it because the spindle on the hub barely fits into the knuckle. Anyway, I was able to get it put in using the axle nut to help guide it in. I
I just put a new a new drum and axle nut on it and it is still happening. According to the repair manual, it is not missing any parts. I tighten the axle nut as much as possible. The splines on the previous drum were worn, therefore it was
I think i have a bad bearing, i can hear a humming coming from one of my rear wheels, i dont know which one, how do i fiond out which one it is, before it fails catastophically? They are non drive axles, is there simply an axle nut and
I have to replace my front wheel bearings on my truck.Can you point me in the right direction on how to tighten them down correctly after installation.How tight do i make the axle nut or anything that may have to do while i’m replacing them.Thanks. This truck does have
I have the axle nut and the two ball bearings nuts off but i cant figure out how to remove spindle if my explorer doesnt have a torsion bar i wouldnt need to do anything else right??? superb had best anwser
I have a 1996 ford Taurus GL and I am replacing the front wheel bearing. I need to get the axle nut off but I don’t know what size it is. I have heard either 30mm 32mm or 1 1/8 help please!