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Old 04-13-2012, 10:49 AM
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Sweet. Thanks for the replies. Good idea bout the u-joints. I did replace one of the hubs a few years ago (passenger side). Of course, I was expecting the bearings to come out by themselves, and actually succeeded at that. Shortly afterwards, I found out the hub assembly comes as one unit, not separately. So, I started to take the rest off. Long story short (too late prolly now), I had wait a few days for a buddy of mine to "break" a bolt for me. He's a good 350lb, former Marine. He had to put all his weight in to break that bolt loose. Hopefully, if I do this myself, I don't have the same things happen.

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