Question about 1986 Ford F150 SuperCab
Put a hammer handle throw a hole in the fly wheel then use a 6 point socket and a long power bar and use even pressure make sure you hold socket on the bolt
Posted on Mar 27, 2015
Soak in penetrating oil and remove bolts using air line. If no access to air tools then use breaker bar with constant pressure (no not bounce)
If no joy then you wheel need to heat the flywheel - if you have to do this replace the rear main seal aswel.
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