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What size spindle socket is needed for a 91 ford f150 4x4 to removing hub wheel to replace wheel bearing?

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24 mm i believe

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In order for chromosome to seperate, spindle, or protein fibers must attach to the centromere, or center region of the chromatids, and pull them to oposite sides of the cell. So spindles are needed.

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