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post #1 of 11 Old 11-11-2013, 04:16 PM Thread Starter
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rotor change cant find correct hub socket

So im changing bearing rotors and pads. Simple enough done this to dozens of trucks in the past right? Well I thought so. After pulling apart my hub I grabbed my hub socket and tried to loosen the nut but then it didnt fit so then I looked at the nut inside and saw a style nut ive never seen before. So here I am hoping someone has seen this before and lead me to the correct tool. I have been to the parts store 4 times to find the right socket with no luck. Please help I am at a loss.
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Here is a better pic of the nut
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I use a KD 2467 socket for that. You can do a search online for either a KD 2467 or KDS 2467 and that should be all you need. Local parts stores should have them. Hope this helps
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I own that one ill try it again

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TS6 chip
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I can't tell from the picture, but did you already pull one of the spindle nuts off with the socket? If so, get a scribe(or small screwdriver) and pull the spacer out, and then you will be able to get the second one off
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No I have not I'm gonna look around tomorrow I think the socket I need is the same style as mine just bigger

1995 F350 CCLB
purchased 05/01/2013
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TS6 chip
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E - fuel
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Intercooler
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Thanks for the help I appreciate it

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E - fuel
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Intercooler
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No problem. It's been awhile since i have had mine apart so i am trying to recall from memory what all goes into it. It almost looks like you have some sort of a spacer in there that is hiding the actual spindle nut though.
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Yeah it's looks different from any I've done in the past

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Looking at the picture again i think it may have been previously assembled improperly. You should have a spindle nut, then a spacer and finally another spindle nut. It might be that a PO had put both spindle nuts on and then the spacer on the outside. Try and get a scribe in there and see if that spacer moves.
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