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Im replacing the front hubs on my 2002 jeep liberty, i need to know the exact socket sizes for the three bolts that hold the hub and the nut on the center axle.. ill appreciated.. thank you

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  • Richard Scordino May 17, 2011

    Three hub bolts are 13mm can't remember the axle size though but I can tell you it's torqued very tight (about 175 foot lbs)and you will need a solid (not flex head) breaker bar and a four foot pipe over it (or an air impact gun) to remove it.

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The hub/bearing assembly is mounted to the steering knuckle and is retained by three mounting bolts accessible from the back of the steering knuckle. The hub/bearing unit is not serviceable and must be replaced as an assembly if the bearing or the hub is determined to be defective.

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