Question about 1999 Dodge Ram
Got to take the four bolt of the back side of the rotor too and back out the studs then beat it with a hammer
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
1st remove the tire sucure with a jack stand (2) you will need to remove the brake calliper (3) there it a dust cover that must be removed big plyers will do (4) remove cotter pin then remove the nut there is a washer and a bearing next if they won't come out just grab the rotor and **** it from one side and they will ; the rotor and the hub are one if it still will not come off pry two sides at the same time and make it come off
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Tighten the spindle nut to 149 ft-lbs to seat the bearing then
. rotate the axle 5 to 10 times to seat the hub bearing, then
tighten the spindle nut to a final torque of 263 ft-lbs I would just use a good impact gun to get it there.
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