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What is the proper socket size for removing the hub bearing assembly from the spindle of a 1995 Jeep Cherokee?


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2005-05-16 12:32:28
2005-05-16 12:32:28

36 miilimiter for the spindle nut and 13 millimeter 12 point socket for the three bolts holding on the hub assembly to the steering knuckle.


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