Question about Ford F-250
The bearing that the slinder is a loose press fit into the hub. If you have one try useing a slide hammer you will have to adapt it backer plate . It will pul out it just needs some perswation. Idon't know why there is not a standard tool on the market for this purpose because a lot of vehicles have this same issue but the bearing is holding it into the hub
Posted on May 17, 2011
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