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up your Dodge Ram. Block the wheels to keep it from rolling as you
work. Get started by removing the first tire and wheel assembly. Remove
the hub extension and the brake caliper as well as the caliper adapter.
Remove the grease cap, cotter pin, nut lock, nut, washer and
outer wheel bearing. Now, pull the old rotor off of the spindle. Clean
the area with a damp cloth to remove any debris. Pack the wheel bearings
Install the new rotor and hub onto the spindle. Replace the
outer wheel bearing, washer, and then the retaining nut. Torque the nut
to 30 to 40 ft. lbs. while rotating the hub and rotor.
Then tighten the nut and install the nut lock and a new cotter pin.
Clean the grease cap and then coat it with new wheel bearing
grease and replace the cap. Put the caliper adapter back into place and
then tighten the two mounting bolts with a torque wrench. Install the
wheel and tire assembly.
Repeat this process for each additional rotor and then lower the vehicle. Tighten the lug nuts and test drive your Dodge Ram to make sure that the installation was successful.
This is a very simple job to do. Raise the front of truck off the ground,block the rear tires. Using pliers and a hammer,remove the grease cap from hub. Remove the cotter key and nut from axle,pull out slowly and remove outer bearing. then remove hub from axle. To remove inner bearing ,prop hub on a board and use a large punch to drive out bearing and seal. Clean out inside the hub and install new bearing and seal. Replace all parts in the reverse as you took them off. Hope this will help you.
REMOVE BRAKES, ON BACK SIDE OF SPINDLE REMOVE FOUR RETAINING BOLTS AND HUB ASSEMBLY SHOULD COME OFF.. MAY HAVE TO TAP WITH A HAMMER TO BREAK FREE FROM THE SPINDLE... BE SURE TO THOUOUGHLY CLEAN THE SPINDLE BEFORE INSTALLING NEW BEARING ASSEMBLY.
Is the truck a 4x4? If it is you will have to replace the bearing assy. which will most likley be diffucult without the right tools.the bearing bolts into place,but the hub assy are known for rusting into place and being very hard to remove.
Remove the brake components from the axle, Refer toBrakes.
Remove the cotter pin and axle hub nut.
Remove the hub to knuckle bolts Hub and Knuckle Remove the hub bearing from the steering knuckle and axle shaft
Remove the brake dust shield.
Remove the axle shaft from the housing. Avoid damaging the axle shaft oil seal.
Clean the axle shaft and apply a thin film of Mopar Wheel Bearing Grease to the shaft splines, seal contact surface, hub bore. Install the axle shaft into the housing and differential side gears. Avoid damaging the axle shaft oil seals in the differential.
Install dust shield and hub bearing on knuckle.
Install the hub bearing to knuckle bolts and tighten to 170 N·m (125 ft. lbs.) torque.
Install the axle washer and nut, tighten nut to 237 N·m (175 ft. lbs.) torque. Align nut to next cotter pin hole and install new cotter pin.
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the front wheel bearing is a hub unit.
need to remove the tire,brake caliper, rotor, the 34mm nut in the axle, then there is 3 bolts that hold the hub to the spindle, those come off then the hub comes out,reverse to install.