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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 69k5blaz, Mar 30, 2003.
I have forgot how to remove my hubs. please a quick example.
PULL THE 6BOLTS
GET A PICK
PULL THE SNAP RING
STICK ONE OF THE 6 BOLTS IN THE HUB
PULL THE HUB OUT
REPEAT ON OTHERSIDE
You also have to pull the outer snapring that runs the outside of the inner hub body.
I've got a 10 bolt with a bunch of pics of a hub replacement that might help at:
Nice pics page! /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
Nicely done /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
Funny though - I don't remember my auto-hub internals looking like that. Oh well, all the same process - pull out the old, put in the new.
Carefull how much grease you put on the hub when installed.
Too much grease will hold in the heat and help deteriorate the hub(have seen this happen). Way too much grease and the cap may not lock the hub in.
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