Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: Northern BC, Canada
Feedback Score: 2 reviews
Any chance you can take some pics of what you have? Pics of the brake drum area and the pumpkin section will help us identify the axle and make it easier to help. You may have a one piece drum/hub assembly. In that case you need to remove the axle shafts and then the wheel bearings to be able to slide the hub and drum off. Also, in this case you'll need the proper socket to remove the wheel bearing nuts. Some of the older units use a 2 9/16" socket while others use a 4 or 6 prong socket. This is where pics help! Any reputable auto-parts store should have these sockets and help with which one you need.
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