Check to see if your truck has sealed bearings, if it does then the entire spindle unit is replaced as a unit. This was the case on my 2005.
The 1997 Ford F2 50 pickup truck wheel bearing torque specification is 60 pounds. Over torquing the wheel bearing will cause it to fail.
Front bearing will drop out when remove from spindle, rear one will need to remove the grease seal then the bearing will come out. To get the races out drive them out by using a long punch and reacing throu the rotor and drive them out from the back side of the race.
Okay.... so you have a spindle which is attached to the axle... this is what the wheel actually mounts on. Within that spindle are several components, of which the most important to note are the two bearings (and corresponding races). Now, bearings roll, and thus, they need to be lubricated. This is done with gear oil. The wheel seal at the back of the bearing keeps the gear oil in the spindle.
If you mean "wheel bearing", it supports the wheel and tire assembly's rotation and provides a main point of connection between the wheel and the car's axle or spindle. Whit out wheel bearing, a car or truck will not roll.
No,NO,NO, The NUT that's on the front axel is what holds the WHEEL BEARING TOGETHER. IT has to be there.
36 mm. Torque 103ft pounds.
Need to know if it is 2 wheel drive or 4 wheel drive.
with a torque wrench
There will be a wire running to a sensor at the front wheel bearings on both sides. No wire to the bearing, no front abs.
the bearing is the thing inside the wheel that makes it spin and fit on the truck
We'd need to know if you were referring to the outer or inner nut (or both), and also if your truck has the proprietary Mack axles or if it has the Dana Spicer axles. For the Dana Spicer axles, I can tell you you set the inner initially to 300 - 350 ft/lbs to seat the spindle, then you back it off, tighten it to 50 ft/lbs (then tighten it as needed to get the perforated ring aligned properly with the inner spindle nut), and the outer to 250 ft/lbs. Not sure about the Mack axles.
This bearing is NOT preloaded by a torque spec.It has a end play specification to guaranty it has enough clearance to operate safely.You Need To Get A Proper Repair Manual With Photos And Procedures For this As you Have A Dangerous Idea On What To Do.
A truck is normally driven from the front.
If the truck is a 4 wheel drive, you can't repack the front wheel bearings. It has a sealed hub/bearing assembly that is not serviceable.
the noise could be coming from either a bad wheel bearing or something wrong in front axle.
Possible causes include a bad tire, a failed wheel bearing, a failed transmission bearing, etc.Possible causes include a bad tire, a failed wheel bearing, a failed transmission bearing, etc.
The Hanger bearing has to be pressed off and then back on
The Expedition should, and that's about it.
torque on Isuzu engine head for 4hf1 is 95 lbs
Idler Arm on the front end. Starter goes if parked on a hill often. center bearing on the driveshaft