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Question Question about front hub/ wheel bearings

Hello , I have a 2004 f250 sd 4x4 and read (somewhere ) that the front
hubs should be greased as periodic maintenance . Is this true , and when
you get the hub/bearing off can you pack more grease in there ? They feel
fine (80,000 miles ) but I don't want to go thru the removal just to find
that there not serviceable .
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No they are not serviceable. There is a tool for the abs that allows grease to be pushed in but the bearings are sealed on both sides ( no way to get grease I to race).

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