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85 dodge w150 4x4 how to replace wheel bearing on front

I've tore up 2 bearings and broke spindle nut

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SOURCE: Shadtree replacement of a front wheel bearing possible?

the nut is special its metric, the parts store will know its like a 30or35. i know an inch and a half socket is to small If you got the tool i see no problem. you may have to tap on it a little but it should come right out.

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How to remove gokart golf trolley front wheel


Paul, your solution does not apply to the GoKart electric golf trolley. Please use the following procedure to replace the bearings in the GoKart front wheel;1. Unscrew one of the round black plastic nuts on the end of the front wheels spindle.2. Hold the remaining nut, and by twisting and pulling on it, the front wheel spindle can be pulled out.3. You can then remove the front wheel.4. Remove the old bearings and fit the new ones. They just push into the front wheel.5. Clean and grease the spindle before re-assemby.

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Replacing front wheel bearings on 97 dodge 3500 2wd


If its to wheel drive than it will have a inner and outer bearing. 1. Remove the caliper 2. Remove the dust cap from the center of he rotor 3. Remove the cotter pin from the spindle 4. Remove the castellated nut 5. Remove the nut and washwer 6. Remove the outer bearing 7. Remove the rotor from the spindle 8. Remove the grease seal from the back of the rotor 9. Remove the inner bearing Clean the grease out of the rotor. Use a punch to remove the inner and outer races from the hub. Install the new races into the rotor with a seal/race driver. Pack the new bearings. Install inner bearing into rotor. Install new grease seal. Wipe old grease off of the spindle and apply a thin coat of new great. Install rotor ono spindle. Install outer bearing, washer, and nut. Tighten nut snug then back off nut a half of turn and then tighten agin just barely snug. Install castellated nut and cotter pin. Reinstall dust cap Reinstall caliper and your done. Let me know if you have any questions and I'll do my best to answer them. Thank you for using FixYa.com!

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I've changed rotors before but never on a 4 wheel drive. Could you tell me how to on a 1989 ford ranger?


Brake Rotor (Disc) - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
  1. Loosen the wheel lug nuts.
  2. Jack up the front of the vehicle and support on jackstands.
  3. Remove the wheel and tire.
  4. Remove the brake caliper assembly as described earlier in this section, but do not disconnect the brake hose.
  5. Suspend the caliper assembly by a piece of wire. Do not allow it to hang by the brake hose.
  6. Follow the procedure given under wheel bearing removal in Suspension and Steering for models with manual and automatic locking hubs (lines down).
New rotor assemblies come protected with an anti-rust coating which should be removed with denatured alcohol or degreaser. New hubs must be packed with EP wheel bearing grease.
  1. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.


Front Wheel Bearings - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
(see Figure 1 )


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Fig. 1: Inspect the bearings for abnormal wear and/or damage



With Manual Locking Hubs
(see Figures 2 through 17)

  1. Raise the vehicle and install jackstands.
  2. Remove the wheel and tire assembly.
  3. Remove the retainer washers from the lug nut studs and remove the manual locking hub assembly from the spindle.
  4. Remove the snapring and spacer from the end of the spindle shaft.
  5. Remove the outer wheel bearing locknut from the spindle using 4 prong spindle nut spanner wrench, T86T-1197-A or equivalent. Make sure the tabs on the tool engage the slots in the locknut.
  6. Remove the locknut washer from the spindle.
  7. Remove the inner wheel bearing locknut from the spindle using 4 prong spindle nut spanner wrench, T86T-1197-A or equivalent. Make sure the tabs on the tool engage the slots in the locknut.
  8. Remove the outer bearing cone and roller assembly from the hub. Remove the hub and rotor from the spindle.
  9. Using seal removal tool 1175-AC or equivalent remove and discard the grease seal. Remove the inner bearing cone and roller assembly from the hub.
  10. Clean the inner and outer bearing assemblies in solvent. Inspect the bearings and the cones for wear and damage. Replace defective parts, as required.
  11. If the cups are worn or damaged, remove them with front hub remover tool T81P-1104-C and tool T77F-1102-A or equivalent.
  12. Wipe the old grease from the spindle. Check the spindle for excessive wear or damage. Replace defective parts, as required.
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Fig. 2: Before beginning the wheel bearing removal, and after the outer hub is removed, wipe off any excess grease

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Fig. 3: After the grease is wiped off, remove the axle shaft snapring ...

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Fig. 4: ... then pull the splined spacer from the axle shaft end

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Fig. 5: Use a 4 pronged socket to loosen the outer wheel bearing locknut ...

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Fig. 6: ... then remove the outer locknut

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Fig. 7: Remove the lockwasher from behind the outer locknut ...

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Fig. 8: ... then loosen and remove the inner locknut-note the lockwasher engagement pin (arrow)

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Fig. 9: While pushing inwards on the rotor/hub assembly, remove the outer wheel bearing ...

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Fig. 10: ... then pull the rotor/hub assembly from the spindle, taking care not to scratch the bearing cups in the hub

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Fig. 11: Pry out the grease seal on the back of the rotor/hub assembly ...

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Fig. 12: ... then remove the inner wheel bearing. Thoroughly clean and inspect all of the parts for wear or damage





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How do i remove the hub assembly from the front wheel of my 2001 dodge ram RWD?


  • Jack 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 with grease.
  • 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.


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    Need exploded view of 1995 dodge 2500 left front u-joint removal process. How does main bearing race come off?


    FRONT DRIVE AXLE Hubs and Bearings REMOVAL & INSTALLATION Models 44, 60, 70 and 80 with Manual or Automatic Locking Hubs
    1. Raise the vehicle and install jackstands.
    2. Refer to Manual or Automatic Free Running Hub Removal and Installation and remove the hub assemblies. Fig. 1: Remove the outer locknut on the Model 60/70 front drive axle 88477g63.gif

    3. Remove the wheel bearing lock nut, using a hub nut wrench.
    4. Remove the lock ring from the bearing adjusting nut. This can be done with your finger tips or a screwdriver. Fig. 2: Exploded view of the front hub retaining hardware 88471109.gif

    5. Using a hub nut wrench remove the bearing adjusting nut.
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    8. Carefully position the hub and disc assembly on the spindle.
    9. Install the outer bearing cone and roller, and the adjusting nut. NOTE: The adjusting nut has a small dowel on one side. This dowel faces outward to engage the locking ring.
    10. Using a hub nut wrench tighten the bearing adjustment nut to 50 ft. lbs. (68 Nm), while rotating the wheel back and forth to seat the bearings.
    11. Back off the adjusting nut approximately 90°.
    12. Install the lock ring by turning the nut to the nearest hole and inserting the dowel pin. NOTE: The dowel pin must seat in a lock ring hole for proper bearing adjustment and wheel retention.
    13. Install the outer lock nut and tighten to 50-80 ft. lbs. (68-108 Nm). Final end-play of the wheel on the spindle should be 0.001-0.010 in. (0.025-0.25mm).
    14. Assemble the hub parts.
    15. Install the caliper.
    16. Remove the jackstands and lower the vehicle.
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    1. Remove the wheel cover.
    2. Remove the cotter pin and loosen the axle shaft nut. Fig. 3: Remove the wheel bearing adjusting nut from the Model 44 front axle 88477g64.gif

    3. Raise the support the front end on jackstands.
    4. Remove the wheels. Fig. 4: Exploded view of the Model 44 wheel bearing adjusting nut, retaining washer and locknut in their correct relationship 88477g65.gif

    5. Unbolt the caliper and support it out of the way. DO NOT DISCONNECT THE BRAKE LINE!
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    7. Remove the axle shaft nut and washer.
    8. Through the hole provided in the rotor, remove the six retainer bolts.
    9. Position pull C-4358, or equivalent, over the wheel lugs and install the lug nuts. Tighten the main screw of the puller to remove the hub, bearings, retainer and outer seal as an assembly.
    10. Insert a prybar through the U-joint and wedge the shaft inward as far as it will go. Make sure that it is wedged securely and can't be moved.
    11. Install the hub, rotor and bearing assembly and tighten the retainer bolts to 30 ft. lbs. (40 Nm) in a crisscross pattern.
    12. Install the brake adapter. Tighten the bolts to 85 ft. lbs. (115 Nm).
    13. Remove the prybar form the U-joint.
    14. Install the axle shaft nut and tighten it to 100 ft. lbs. (136 Nm), then continue tightening it to align the cotter pin holes. Install the cotter pin.
    15. Using the lube fitting, fill the knuckle with NLGI, Grade 2, multi-purpose EP grease until the grease is seen flowing through the inner seal. Fig. 5: Lubrication fitting location on the rotor top hat 88477g69.gif

    16. Install the inner brake pad and caliper (see Section 9).
    17. Install the wheels and tighten the lug nuts to 110 ft. lbs. (150 Nm).
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    The rear wheel bearings are not adjustable. If the bearings make noise or become loose, they must be replaced.

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    NOTE The wheel bearings are contained within the wheel hub and must be replaced as an assembly.

    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    2. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
    3. Remove the wheel and tire assembly.
    4. Remove the anti-lock sensor retaining bolt and remove the sensor.
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    6. Remove the hub retaining nut dust cover.
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      0996b43f80232353.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gif Fig. Using suitable tools loosen and . . .


      0996b43f80232351.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gif Fig. . . . remove the hub retaining nut dust cover
    7. Remove the wheel hub retainer nut.

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    8. Slide the hub and bearing assembly off of the spindle.

      0996b43f80232350.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gif Fig. Carefully slide the hub and bearing assembly off of the spindle

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    2. Reinstall the hub retainer nut. Tighten the retainer nut to 170-192 ft. lbs. (230-260 Nm).
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    3. Install the hub retaining nut dust cover.
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    5. Check the brake shoes for proper adjustment.
    6. Reinstall the anti-lock sensor and the retaining bolt. Tighten the retaining bolt to 7-8 ft. lbs. (9-11 Nm).
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    1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
    2. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
    3. Support the front end.
    4. Remove the wheel cover, if equipped.
    5. Remove the grease cap.
      NOTE Check the wheel bearings for sufficient grease.
    6. Remove the cotter pin and retaining washer. Back off the spindle nut. Discard the cotter pin.
    7. Adjust the wheel bearings as follows:
      1. Tighten the spindle nut to 30 ft. lbs. (40 Nm) while rotating the brake disc clockwise to seat the wheel bearings.
      2. Back off the nut 2 full turns.
      3. While rotating the disc counterclockwise, tighten the nut to 17-24 ft. lbs. (23-34 Nm).
      4. Back off the spindle nut about 1 / 2 turn.
      5. Tighten the spindle nut to 17 inch lbs. (2 Nm).

    8. Install the retaining washer so the castellations are aligned with the cotter pin hole. Install a new cotter pin.
    9. Check the wheel and tire assembly for proper rotation, then install the grease cap. If the wheel still does not rotate properly, inspect and clean or replace the wheel bearings and cups.
    10. Install the wheel cover, if equipped.
    11. Lower the vehicle.
    12. Road test the vehicle and check for proper operation.

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    2. Remove the hub cap from the hub.
    3. Remove the cotter pin and the castellated nut.
    4. While rotating the wheel, tighten the adjusting nut to 21 ft. lbs. (28 Nm) to seat the bearings.
    5. Back off the adjusting nut until loose (120-180 degrees).
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    Shadtree replacement of a front wheel bearing possible?


    the nut is special its metric, the parts store will know its like a 30or35. i know an inch and a half socket is to small If you got the tool i see no problem. you may have to tap on it a little but it should come right out.

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