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Rear wheel bearings

Hello. I have been trying to work out why my truck vibrates when i put power down and i put it back to my rear wheel bearings, How do i change these and were can i get the bearings. I am just about to replace the front two and thought a would do all four at the same time. I cant seem to find much info on the rear. Help

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You mean Axle Bearings?

I would first be sure ALL my U-Joints were good before I thought about a "vibe" under power being caused by wheel bearings....
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I have checked all my u js and they all seem fine. I can grab my rear right hand wheel and pull on it and i get a clunking noise and a bit of movment.
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You mean In & Out?
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yer. I just checked my u js again and your spot on. i have the rear one starting to go. one of the caps is cracked.

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You can get the wheel bearings and wheel seals at any auto parts store. You will need a special socket to take the hub nut off though.

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