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is this play sideways, it will normally it will be tie rods loose
if you put jack under lower control arm and lift it where is play felt
is it possible to check now?
when you grab the tire one hand on top and one at the bottom and try the play is it different then if you go shake the tire when your hands are in middle of tire
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After I put on the tire..there was movemnet from top to bottom and side to side when you grasped the top & bottom and sides of the tire...the truck was on a lift at the time...can't check right now.
do you hear rumbling noise as you drive
it is a tow wheel.
That is to say a two wheel...sorry
No, just feel some vibration
ok, I feel you will have to inspect steering ends. will send you file shortly just stand by
3.4 or 4.7 engine
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There is no...grease cap...it appears that it is one unit...probaly pressed in...???
also not a 4w drive
it is ok, you still have to remove the hub to replace bearing
yes but is it preased on...I was told that it is
it is yes
after you remove it, you can take it to a shop to remove it for you,
as it has to be on the press
Thank you..anything else..I need to know?
Not sure as do not know what is in your tool set.
there are 4 bolts holding the hub
you will need special snap ring plyers
to remove in order to press out bearing
I will suggest you remove bearing hub assy and take it to a local shop to press out and press in the new bearing.
when pressing new bearing in, it is important not to damage it.
when you are pressing in the HUB the other side of the bearing has to be supported otherwise bearing will be damaged
here is another image
one other thing is, when you remove the 4 bolts holding Hub bearing assembly to spindle, it is usually hold by rust into the spindle. So you will need to hammered out
I have extensive tools and press...have some experiance as a mechanic...been about 30 years since my last work sooo..thought, I would get some insight before I just dove/tore into it.
it is about 1 hour job it is not that bad
sounds like you have all you need
oh one more thing
usually inner race of the old bearing will be stuck on the hub shaft
the easiest way is to use grinder to cut a line and then crack it with a chisel
and that is all about it