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SOURCE: replacing front rotor

after removing the wheel &caliper depending on rust build up you may need to hit the rotor between the wheel studs this may take some time after removal check for rust build up on hub remove rust with hammer, sanding&scraping put some anti seize lube around hub making sure no rust is caught in between depending if you are replacing the pads you have to push the caliper piston back with a large pair of chanel lock pliers or suitable tool,then you can reassemble.thanx from schleck

Posted on Sep 02, 2008

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SOURCE: need to replace front rotors on 1996 f250 4x4

ITS MAY BE POSSIBLE TO GET IT FROM AUTOZONE.COM GOOD LUCK

Posted on Feb 14, 2009

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SOURCE: Removing rotor on a 1991 toyota 4x4 pickup

You have to take apart the 4x4 hub to get to the lock nut for the bearings then you have to reome the hub and rotor assy,then you have to press the wheel studs out to remove the rotor,then reverse the process.

Posted on Mar 29, 2009

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SOURCE: how do I replace the driveshaft bearing support?

You jack up the truck, and support it on jack-stands. (no wheel must touch the ground, for safety).
Remove the two front tires for visibility.
Put the tansmission in neutral and apply the handbrake.
Get under the truck and in the area of the support-bearing, mark the position of the driveshaft to the flange, which has 4-bolts.
Remove the 4-bolts.
Pry off the driveshaft with a flat-end screwd-river.
Remove the bolts holding up the support bearing.
Drop it down and pull off the support bearing.
Reverse these procedure for installation.

Posted on Nov 26, 2009

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SOURCE: How to replace a front wheel bearing on 1996

The wheel, & brake componets will have to be removed to get to the bearing assembly. Then the center nut and the 4 mounting hub bolts will need to come off. take note of disconnecting the ABS wiring plug to the sensor also

Posted on Jan 16, 2010

Testimonial: "I will try that I thought it would be more complicated because of being a 4 wheel drive. Thanks for the info and I will try that next week."

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You jack up the truck, and support it on jack-stands. (no wheel must touch the ground, for safety).
Remove the two front tires for visibility.
Put the tansmission in neutral and apply the handbrake.
Get under the truck and in the area of the support-bearing, mark the position of the driveshaft to the flange, which has 4-bolts.
Remove the 4-bolts.
Pry off the driveshaft with a flat-end screwd-river.
Remove the bolts holding up the support bearing.
Drop it down and pull off the support bearing.
Reverse these procedure for installation.

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