What size hub socket on 1994 explorer?
Automatic hubs require a 2 3/8" socket which can be found at most autoparts stores.
What is the proper socket size for removing the hub bearing assembly from the spindle of a 1995 Jeep Cherokee?
What size socket do you need for a 1990 Toyota 4x4 hub nut you have everything apart down to that and can't get it off don't have the right tools?
It mainly depends on the year it was made. I personally have a 1994 f150 and I had to take the hub out, which consists of a few Alan head screws then you remove the hub asseembly and then it requires a specialty socket to take out 2 more bolts in the hub. Then you take off 5 or 6 bolts that holds the rotor on itself.
The Hub nut itself just needs a large deep socket. I used an impact gun to remove it and unfortunately I do not remember the exact size of the socket. So for that specific step (removing the hub nut) no special tool is required. Its just a funky looking nut. pull the tire, caliper and rotor, remove the cotter pin, remove the axel nut (36mm socket), then there are three 14mm inverted torx bolts to…
Used a 32 mm socket. After removing the hub nut I re-installed the wheel and tightened the lug nuts and then tapped on the inside of the rim to get the hub off the spindle (didn't have to tap very hard). Also needed a manual impact driver ($25) to break loose the 2 screws holding the brake rotor to the hub.