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How do you remove the hub and rotor assembly on a half ton Ford F-150 Ranger 4x4 to replace the rotor?


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2006-03-16 15:43:10
2006-03-16 15:43:10

They are all in one. So, after pulling the wheel off pull hub assembly cover pull the snap ring and nut.remove outer bearing put nut back on a few threads and give the rotor a tug to pop the inner seal and inner bearing. now replace bearings and seal with new ones ther will be no races they are machined in the new hub rotor assembly.make sure to pack bearings well with new grease and to not set the bearings to tight with the set nut when installing.have the wheel on to adjust the final touches for a spin test by hand. wheel should not rock top to bottom when pulling the top of the wheel while pushing in at the bottom.


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