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Old 12-03-2012, 04:06 PM
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96 4x4 rotor change help needed

Hello all. I have a cracked rotor and probably a bad caliper. I did a bit of searching for a good write up with pics etc. on how to swap the rotor on a manual locking hub, but didn't find much for our trucks. If someone could point me in the right direction, I sure would appreciate it.

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96 f350, cc, lb, 4x4
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f250 4x4 TTB hub and caliper removal

this should help, was posted recently too
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f250 4x4 TTB hub and caliper removal

this should help, was posted recently too
Thank you! Looks like a great write up.
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http://www.thedieselstop.com/faq/949...e=stjsd10r.htm

Factory service manual for our trucks.
Might have to do a little searching, but you'll find it.

Also:
Front 4x4 Hub Removal / Rotor change out - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums

Make sure you have access to a press. You can beat the studs in/out with a block of wood and a small sledge, but its much quicker to press them in and out.
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