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I have a dodge D100 (badged) 4x4, with auto lock hubs. I have replaced the rotor/hub/studs, and cannot find the correct order to replace everything. I have looked all over the internet for a diagram, but none to be found. Please help, with instructions or diagram. Thanks

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