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Having trouble assembling/ installing diamond wheel 41/2" can't get nut off to put wheel on

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  • krisklassics Jul 22, 2009

    thanks so much for your offer of help. I finally got the outer flange off and was able to install the wheel. I had to stuggle with it for quite a while, so when I got the new blade on, I didn't tighten the flange any more than necessary! I used it to cut ceramic tile and I love it! My expensive wet saw will probably never get used again.

  • David Ford
    David Ford May 11, 2010

    what is the brand and model number. Also on the diamond wheel do you have the insert for the center if required? Some diamond wheels require a special outer flange also. Let me know and I will try and help

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You need to use an air gun to get it off,i had same problem with my wet saw,go to a garrage and thet'll sap it off in 2 seconds with the air gun

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  • Sal DeAngelo Dec 15, 2009

    sorry thought you were talking about a wet saw

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2. Release the parking brake
3. Remove wheel and tire
4. Disconnect wheel speed sensor wiring harness from wheel knuckle and floor panel.
5. Remove 4 wheel spindle attaching bolts, then the wheel hub and drum assembly from vehicle.
6. Reverse procedure to install noting the following:
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2000 Ford Focus Drum Replacement ProcedureIf replacing the drum and wheel bearing assembly:
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2. Release the parking brake
3. Remove wheel and tire
4. Remove center dust cap.
5. Remove hub retaining nut.
6. Remove drum and hub assembly. Ensure wheel speed sensor ring is not damaged when removing drum/hub (if equipped).
7. Reverse procedure to install noting the following:
a. Inspect and clean wheel speed sensor ring if equipped.
b. When tightening hub retaining nut, rotate the hub assembly in counterclockwise direction.
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e. Adjust parking brakes as necessary.


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How do i remove the hub assembly from the front wheel of my 2001 dodge ram RWD?


  • Jack up your Dodge Ram. Block the wheels to keep it from rolling as you work. Get started by removing the first tire and wheel assembly. Remove the hub extension and the brake caliper as well as the caliper adapter.
  • Remove the grease cap, cotter pin, nut lock, nut, washer and outer wheel bearing. Now, pull the old rotor off of the spindle. Clean the area with a damp cloth to remove any debris. Pack the wheel bearings with grease.
  • Install the new rotor and hub onto the spindle. Replace the outer wheel bearing, washer, and then the retaining nut. Torque the nut to 30 to 40 ft. lbs. while rotating the hub and rotor. Then tighten the nut and install the nut lock and a new cotter pin.
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    I need to put in another steering collum and I dont know how to do it.its a 91 ford F150.hope you can help me.I got another one out of the junk yard for 125,00 is that a good price .thanks for helping my...


    I'd say $125.00 is a good price for a steering column.

    First, have to remove steering wheel (but I don't have instructions for the steering column. For that, maybe try alldata.com, but that will cost):

    STEERING Steering Wheel REMOVAL & INSTALLATION Without Air Bag EXCEPT F-SUPER DUTY STRIPPED CHASSIS MODELS AND MOTOR HOME CHASSIS MODELS Fig. 1: Remove the screws from behind the wheel - F-150 model without air bag 88288p12.jpg
    Fig. 2: Pull away the cover with the wiring still connected 88288p13.jpg
    Fig. 3: Disconnect the wiring at the steering wheel 88288p14.jpg
    Fig. 4: Matchmark the steering wheel 88288p15.jpg
    Fig. 5: Remove the center nut from the steering wheel 88288p16.jpg
    Fig. 6: Use a steering wheel puller to remove the wheel 88288p17.jpg
    Fig. 7: Remove the steering wheel from the shaft 88288p18.jpg
    Fig. 8: Correct steering wheel installation 84928058.gif
    NOTE: The factory recommends that the front wheels be set in the straight-ahead position and you paint or make chalk marks on the column and steering wheel hub for alignment purposes during installation. Of these two safeguards, it is more important to mark the column so even if the column is moved slightly, the steering wheel can still be repositioned in its original position.
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    2. Remove the one screw from the underside of each steering wheel spoke, and lift the horn switch assembly (steering wheel pad) from the steering wheel. On vehicles equipped with the sport steering wheel option, pry the button cover off with a suitable prytool.
    3. Disconnect the horn switch wires at the connector and remove the switch assembly. On trucks equipped with speed control, squeeze the J-clip ground wire terminal firmly and pull it out of the hole in the steering wheel. Don't pull the wire out without squeezing the clip.
    4. Remove the horn switch assembly.
    5. Remove the steering wheel retaining nut and remove the steering wheel with a puller. WARNING
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    6. Install the steering wheel in the reverse order of removal. Tighten the shaft nut to 40 ft. lbs. (54 Nm)
    F-SUPER DUTY STRIPPED CHASSIS MOTOR HOME CHASSIS MODELS
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    2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    3. Remove the one screw from the underside of each steering wheel spoke, and lift the horn switch assembly (steering wheel pad) from the steering wheel.
    4. Disconnect the horn switch wires at the connector and remove the switch assembly.
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    With Air Bag Fig. 9: Remove the air bag module and disconnect the wiring harnesses 88288g00.gif
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    Read the air bag service precautions in Section 6 prior to doing work involving an air bag equipped steering column component. Always wear safety glasses when servicing an air bag vehicle and handling the air bag to avoid possible injury.
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    10. Connect the battery to starter cable. Verify the air bag warning indicator light on the instrument panel.
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    How technical is it to replace a front wheel bearing on a 2005 Pontiac SV6 and can I do it without any specialized tools


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    3. Remove the wheel drive shaft nut.
    4. Remove the brake caliper and wire aside.
    5. Remove the brake rotor.
    6. Disconnect the electrical connector from the wheel speed sensor.
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    The hub/bearing assembly is attached to the steering knuckle with four bolts


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    Removing a hub/bearing assembly



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    If the hub/bearing is "frozen" to the steering knuckle, separate the ball joint and lightly tap on the hub/bearing from behind



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    The hub/bearing assembly should free itself from the steering knuckle

    About $60 a hub.

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    See Figures 5 through 12
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    2. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
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