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I am replacing my rotor on a 2008 c4500 2 wheel drive. I

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Customer: I am replacing my rotor on a 2008 c4500***** I have to remove the hub in order to replace the rotor. When I am reinstalling the hub I need to know the torque spec. on the spindle nut.
JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?
Customer: I have looked everywhere for spindle nut torque specs, or hub bearing endplay. Even called a Local Chevy dealer. They also could not help me.
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Chevy
Expert:  Dr.Carz replied 1 year ago.

177 ft lbs would do it man that took a minute to find that one. Hope this helps sorry for the delay. Please remember to rate my service and Accept thanks.

Expert:  Dr.Carz replied 1 year ago.

Was wondering how you made out with the bearing?