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smoked hub bearing

thought it was a trashed caliper, but after replacing it.... needs new hubs assembly. not a fan of unit bearing assembly's. so much cheaper to replace bearings by them selves.

unfortunately i will be underway all next week and won't get to fix it until saturday and i have duty sunday. crap!

are there any special tools required to pull the old hub assembly and pop on a new one? only the drivers side is toast but i will be doing both sides.

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buy only a Timken brand like the OEM if u are keeping the truck but they are available at Amazon and autozone

u need a long set of circlip removers for the clip and some folks get the new studs
instead of transferring them

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circlip removers?

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It` a spring type clip that holds your planitary gear in your hub, it looks kinda like a slinky. If your careful it can be removed with 2 small screwdrivers, it spins out.

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looks like a horseshoe? same as c clips? use snap ring pliers to remove them?

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Halfway though doing my driver side. I chose to replace the studs. Yup taking the easy way out. I wrestled with one and said screw this. Would be nice if you could get the hub assembly with them in it already. Maybe some do but not the one I got from NAPA. Next day off doing passenger side
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turned out it was just the caliper, but i have the unit bearings and i'm going to do them anyway...

is there a build thread for this somewhere? on page 6 of search and i'm not finding anything.

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All I had on mine was a the band clip that holds the 4wd hub lock out on, and then inside there is a snap ring.. good pair of snap ring pliers and comes right out..

Also, no need to change studs.. you can order the timken ones with the suds already in them in either thread pitch..

at least you could on mine

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