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Kingpin removal and replacement

I need to replace the kingpins on my truck.

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This job can be very difficult you probably with need a torch to heat the axle but not to much and a big hammer to drive the pins out after you remove the lock pins.

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What sort and year is your truck and are you talking about the front kingpins?

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