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Old 04-25-2013, 06:34 AM
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How to remove rear hub on 2008 F250?

Hey guys, I had to replace the rear rotors and brake pads the other day on my Superduty. When I pulled the rotor off, I noticed the emergency drum brake shoes on the passenger side were almost falling off. The plate that holds them into place is completely rusted. I purchased a new one from Ford but I'm unsure on how to remove the rear hub to replace this part. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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To get the hub off you have to pull the axle shaft which is only 8 bolts then to get the hub off the axle tube you need a special socket you can get it at any auto parts store.
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