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I'm trying to disassemble an older ChildLife swing set which I found on Craig's list. The nuts that hold the bolts in to form the main frame (and other parts) look pretty specialized, not at all like the typical nut. Does anyone know which tool is needed for their removal?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you have to put the wishbone on 1st, the ball joint nut on and the front one den guide it in the hole and use a big lever with plenty of wd 40 and it will go in, i jus did one the other day, i had to change dat rear wishbone bush which was a nightmare to do
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
There are some special 4 tooth and hex sockets for removing the nuts inside the hubs of the truck.
YOu can find these at NAPA or maybe AutoZone or Advance. I would go to NAPA because they more than likely have it and also know something about repairing this assembly.
Ford uses Dana front end parts and NAPA has original Dana parts in stock... so it is as good as or better than original and they would have the tool for it.
Be careful and follow the procedure exactly for putting the front hubs back together.
YOU CAN RUIN THE FRONT END OF THE TRUCK IF YOU DO NOT PERFORM THIS SERVICE CORRECTLY.
And trust me... many of the idiots working in repair garages do not know how to do these older 4x4 hubs either... ask someone and read the books for the right procedure... some of the older mechanics may show you how to do it. Ask
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
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