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Old 03-10-2013, 12:59 PM
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Greasing 6.4 hubs through ABS sensor hole...

I know this could be done in the 7.3 and 6.0 up to 2005, how about 2008 6.4 superdutys?? Did the abs sensor change at all? I figured I would ask someone before I take off my tire, rotor, caliper and take the sensor out....Especially if I can't get the grease in there that way, since I would do all that for nothing...I figure with 94k miles on my truck its time to get some grease in those "sealed, lifetime greased" hubs...I am pretty certain you can grease any sealed hub with a ABS sensor in it, but if anyone has tried and its a no go, it would be great to get a heads up! Ill give it a shot either way if no one gets back to me and I will let everyone know how this project goes....

Thanks in advance guys...

Sean
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