Last night I found out my Outdoorsman has the 3.21 rear end instead of the 3.92 as I had originally thought. So with dreams of a larger camper gone, I decided to de-stress by giving her a wash and wax.
That’s a jobI finished greasing the front wheel bearing on my 4x4. For those not aware you take the tire off, remove the caliper, remove the rotor and pull the abs sensor out of the hub location., cleaning all the way to avoid dirt entering the wheel bearing. With a rubber tip on your grease gun, add the grease thru the hole where the sensor was. As you add grease rotate the hub to spread the grease evenly. Doing this greasing of the hub bearing will extend the life of your wheel bearings. Most wheel bearings from the factory have very little grease.
While I was at the area I cleaned and greased the brake pad slides, which were seized in their slots. They move nice and free now.