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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I replaced the malfunctioning “thermal actuator” with the “Warn” Vacuum actuator setup, it’s been working great for about 7 years now, simple install, if I remember correctly, it was about $150.
That’s what engages the front diff into 4wd.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
SOURCE: I have a 1979 Chevrolet
Remove caliper and nut to axle should come of with a little help of a rubber hammer. Knock bolts out from the front and drive new ones in from the back. You can use a lugnut with the flat side down to help pull them in and a hammer to help. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
SOURCE: remove the front disc rotor
The rotor and hub assembly are held together by the studs,you must first remove the 4-wheel drive hub assembly,then the wheel bearing nuts,and pull the hub and rotor off as a unit. Next lay it(back down) on a piece of wood, using a drift punch drive the studs out. Turn it over ,lay it(face down) on a block of wood, line the new stud splines up with the grooves in the hub and drive them in with the punch and reassemble. A set of dentist style picks will be helpful with the clip in the 4wd hub and a 4 lug 4wd nut wrench will be needed.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
SOURCE: disc brake rotor wear limits
hi,depends your chassis number,if 210.055 your front disc thickness is 28mm,wear limit was 25.4mm,if 210.004,010,020,035,037 your disc is 25 mm. wear limit is 22.4mm,ty
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
Look at the inside of the rotor, in a 2004 it should still be visible. Note that very few shops will machine rotors for less than buying new ones. I find that if you are worried about the thickness just pick up new rotors. If you carry a lot of weight in your pickup you need all the rotor you can get.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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