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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-21-2005, 09:16 AM Thread Starter
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HELP!!!!!!!Front end falling apart

I have been hearing a wierd noise in the front end when I turn right, figuring it was the driver side because that it what receives the most force in a right turn, I jacked up the truck and wiggled the wheel. The wiggle is coming from in the hub.

My guess hub bearings.

HELP!!! I can't get the rotor off. Is there a trick? I have the wheel off, hub lock out and brake caliper and bracket off. What do I need to do?

PLEASE HELP I AM IN A RUSH, SUPPOSED TO BE ON THE ROAD!!!!

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Re: HELP!!!!!!!Front end falling apart

after tapping around the center of the hub with a BFH the rotor should come off

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Re: HELP!!!!!!!Front end falling apart

i know it sounds dumb but hit on the edge of the hub not the flat part. like taking drum brakes off by hitting around the outside and turning and hitting again all of a sudden the tone will change and off it comes [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/warmsmile.gif[/img]

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Re: HELP!!!!!!!Front end falling apart

I got it. Nothing worked. So I grabbed my BFH (20lb sledge) and beat the [email protected]#$ out of it for 15 minutes until it finally just came off.

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Re: HELP!!!!!!!Front end falling apart

when you put the new rotor on make sure to coat the hub to hat flange with never sieze

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