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If you have a 2 wheel drive truck, afte you have removed the tire, the wheel bearings are on the inside and outside of the hub assembly, which rides on the spindle. You need to pop off the center cap from the hub, and remove the cotter key, and the spindle nut.

Posted on Nov 18, 2009

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