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post #1 of 3 Old 06-03-2009, 05:00 AM Thread Starter
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so my driverside front wheel bearing is grinding and all kinds of crazy stuff and this morning the abs light came on, I ordered the hub and bearing assem. yesterday probably wont be here until about Friday, am I gonna mess up anything if I keep driving it? I mean it is my only means for transportation. Also how hard is it to replace the bearing assem. ?? Thanks in advance.



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84 K5 blazer CUCV M1008 dana 70 front and rear, detroit lockers front and rear, 45" tractor tires, 6.2 diesel

1978 cj5 built 304 lots and lots of rust
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its not bad to replace just time consuming and alot of busted knuckles. drive it if you must but limit the amount if you can. when they go bad and you drive on them its hard on the front u-joints
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cool thanks, I was more worried about breaking an axel or something lol!! I feel better now....busted knuckles?? dammit, sounds like a job for the impact



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84 K5 blazer CUCV M1008 dana 70 front and rear, detroit lockers front and rear, 45" tractor tires, 6.2 diesel

1978 cj5 built 304 lots and lots of rust
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