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84 chevy 4 wheel drive auto hub removial

Need to remove auto hubs please help 84 chevy 1/2 ton 10 bolt

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Remove the outer hub, (MANUAL OR AUTOLOCKING?) Check for a large snap ring. Insert two of the screws back in a few turns and slide the center out. Remove the large nut. Usually another snap ring, and then another large nut. (Caliper and wheel first).

Posted on Mar 01, 2010

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    Drew Z Mar 01, 2010

    That's assuming you want to remove the entire rotor.

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    Drew Z Mar 01, 2010

    Keep track of the order you do it, place the parts and large spring in their respective order. There is a large socket made to remove the nuts with four prongs that fit into the nut. Otherwise sometimes it can be done carefully with a chisel and hammer to spin the nut. If it doesn't move easily with the chisel. Stop and borrow, rent, or buy the socket. About $15 at Autozone.

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Remove the cap,look close and you vill see a snap ring inside the ¨pipe¨ take out the ring and then you should be able to pull out the hub.

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REMOVAL PROCEDURE
NOTE: Never place vehicle on the ground with the halfshaft removed or the halfshaft nut torqued improperly. Otherwise, bearing seals may become
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1. Raise and support the vehicle. Refer to Vehicle Lifting.
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2) Raise front of vehicle.
3) Remove road wheel.
4) Pull ABS Sensor harness through aperture into wheel arch.
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