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Old 04-17-2011, 10:28 AM
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Hub Bearings

I know on these trucks the front wheel bearings are a single sealed unit with the hub. The problem is that i don't know what ones to get, and i need them ordered ASAP so i can get my truck off the jack stands in the middle of the driveway. I'm going to go with timkens, since they are a better brand. I can get them for 175-200. The problem i have is that the website i am ordering them from has different ones listed, one says for fine thread studs, and one says coarse thread studs. I don't know which i have. I'm assuming it is the 4 studs that hold it to the axle right? Or is it the lug studs? If it is the 4 mounting studs i have a pic of them, maybe one of you can tell me if they are coarse or fine. I don't anything to compare it too.

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its the lug studs that changed. get a pic on the other bolts. when you reveive your new hub, they will not have bolts for the axle. you will have to remove those and transfer them to the new hub.


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mine are coarse


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Old 04-17-2011, 08:07 PM
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Thanks for the help Jarrod. I'll be gettin them ordered in about 5 minutes.
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np man.

hey what trans is that in the back ground on the first pic post 1
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Old 04-17-2011, 08:31 PM
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That is the trans that was in my black truck. Plan is to put that in the white truck since it is still healthy.
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You can also order the 4 studs that mount the hub to the knuckle from Ford for about $4 ea.
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Eh, i'll save my 32 bucks. Anyone know what the nuts on the inside holding the hub on are supposed to be torqued to?
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Eh, i'll save my 32 bucks. Anyone know what the nuts on the inside holding the hub on are supposed to be torqued to?
160 ft. lbs.
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