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NEW! Technical Info: 4th Generation: NON DRIVETRAIN Technical discussion of fourth generation (2007.5 and up) 6.7L equipped trucks. Post your non drivetrain questions, solutions and upgrades here. DO NOT post drivetrain discussions in this section! For trucks with the 5.9L engine use the appropriate 3rd gen forums.
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Old 09-23-2017
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now that you mentioned it I had 1 go out replaced both not using the timken bearing hubs 1 has since gone out 170000 on the clock
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I don't quite see how that removes this...
Would have to push from the inside out, but the threads are in the hub itself so how you gonna push it..??

http://www.rockauto.com/info/635/295-15114_1__ra_p.jpg
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Post a picture of your hub/bearing smoke....the picture you have the link for is a 4WD unit. looks similar to my old setup....pre locking hubs, anyway
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My puller slips over the wheel studs and i use lugnuts to hold it on and the screw pushes against the axle shaft. I haven't had to use anything else to persuade one yet. However it will pull a bearing apart if it is real stuck and then you may have to cut the other half off with a grinder.
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Yeah...mine is capped in the center. Not sure why other than it's RWD, no front axle shaft.
I'll see if I can get a pic up.
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Just put 2 in my truck last week from Rock Auto. $181each + shipping. Changed balljoints and axle ujoints and rotors/brakes while there. 2wd has to be so much easier! Those universals were biotches. Actually had to buy a hydraulic press to get them out. I have to say I will never buy anything but spicer ujoints again. Seemed to be vibrating on passenger side. Bearings and crosses looked like new and were still full of grease! 340k+ on them. You have to pry the cups off because the seals fit so tight. Changing hub bearings is like changing stock lift pumps-you change them so often you can't save up enough $$ to buy FASS or free-spin upgrades. Story of my life! This time, after doing a lot of research I got SKF hub bearings. They supposedly supply the factories. Previously Raybestos,Timken,MOOG. None of them lasted. Just like balljoints. Same deal.
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Just looked up what they look like, slide hammer puller should likely work on it.
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How about this technique for removal....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8O6-wYeMdHM
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Snap-On markets a tool that works like this.....didn't work on mine....
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The guy in the video really turned hard on the steering wheel before it loosened. I didn't turn that hard....scared something would break in the steering.
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