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Re: Wheel bearing assembly removal on 2001 2500

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Broken dodge

01-20-2013 12:53:06

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Got it. A smashed finger, 2 destroyed bolts, and a destroyed dust shield, but its off. Ended up grinding down a chisel to a razor sharp point, and finally got somewhere.

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Brian Jasper co. Ia

01-27-2013 19:39:06

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 Re: Wheel bearing assembly removal on 2001 2500 in reply to Broken dodge, 01-20-2013 12:53:06  
+1 on Casey's method. Pounding on the bearing or studs just makes for more work. Using the leverage of the P/S pushes them out very quickly and easily.

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01-22-2013 14:45:57

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 Re: Wheel bearing assembly removal on 2001 2500 in reply to Broken dodge, 01-20-2013 12:53:06  
I know it's too late but this will be for next time. Take the proper socket for the bolt and add a extension for a total length of 3-4 inches. Thread the bolts in about half way. Put the socket with extension on the bolt head, start the truck up and SLOWLY turn the steering wheel pressing the end of the extension on the axle tube. Work back and forth, switching which bolt your pressing on, basically pressing the hub out. Works every time.

Casey in SD

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