Question about Nissan Z
I assume this is the front wheel... you will need to remove the wheel hub completly. to do this will need to remove thhe manual or auto locking hub, these are normally either a 10mm bolt for manual hubs and an 8mm alen key for the auto's. behind that is a circlip on the axle that holds a locking ring. remove the circlip and the snout type lock ring. then will need to remove the wheel bearing lock ring, normally 2 philips screws into the bearing adjuster. then will be able to undo the wheel bearing adjuster all the way off the shaft and the hub and disc should pull off. remove the disc and then can access the wheel stud.
reccommend check out the wheel bearings while off. ensure has heeps of clean grease, refit the hub with the disc and tighten adjuster tight. then loosten it and wind in again until it just stops turning easily, this is as the adjuster starts pushing on the bearings, this is setting the freeplay of the bearings, then refit locking hub and brake caliper
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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