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It takes a 1 1/4 inch socket

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There are plenty of websites that have the information you need to determine this. One site is You need to compare bolt pattern, hub diameter and backspace. The bolt pattern and hub diameter will tell you if it will physically fit. If the hub diameter is smaller it won't fit and if it is bigger you probably need a spacer. The wheelsize and the tire size you choose should match or at least be close to the OEM size so it doesn't mess up your speedometer.

If you are lucky like me you spray a lot of WD40 on the hub and use wrenches to work it back and forth until you feel the spring action. otherwise, good luck . use PB Buster it is better than WD 40 It is made for freeing rusted bolts and screws

Most wheel hub nuts are 36mm in size. However, this will vary depending on the type of axle and the manufacturer of the hub nut.

Automatic hubs require a 2 3/8" socket which can be found at most autoparts stores.

The big nut on the end of the axle shaft is 1 1/4 in

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Beat around it with pref. a dead blow hammer or you hold a board against it and use big hammer

the same size as the others....

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No. The Chevrolet Caprice has a standard 5 X 4.75" lug pattern, with a stud size of 12 X 1.5, and a hub center bore of 78.1. The Chrysler Pacifica has a standard 5 X 5" lug pattern, with a stud size of 12 X 1.5 and a hub center bore of 71.5. Practically speaking, the lug holes will just not match up.

Remove wheel then remove the big nut that holds the axle to the hub. Remove the brake caliper and rotor, through the hole in the face of the hub(where the wheel studs are) remove bolts that hold the hub and bearing to the steering knuckle. Tap hub and bearing assy from knuckle. The hub and bearing is one part.

It is extremely important. A defecting hub assembly or wheel bearing can cause you to have an accident.

the size of the hub nut is 1/2 inch. I know because i replaced my pass side last year. -No it's not. It's at least an inch.

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I've included a link to a how to video below that will show you exactly how to change the front wheel bearing hub on your 1996-2007 Chrysler Town & Country van. Hope this helps you out.

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