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Old 03-12-2011, 10:41 AM
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Torque specs for front wheel bearings??

Replacing my '01 B3000 hubs and don't have a tech book for it! I know. I'm ashamed.

Anyway, what is the torque on that spindle nut??? Pleeeeaaassee???
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Initial torque while rotating disc 21 ft lbs. Loosen spindle nut 175 degrees. Retorque to 17 inch lbs while rotating disc.
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Brake Rotor (Brake Disc)
Removal & Installation
Front
To Remove:

Remove the front disc brake caliper anchor plate.
On 4x4 vehicles ONLY: Remove the brake disc.
On 4x2 vehicles ONLY: Remove the brake disc and hub.
If necessary on 4x2 vehicles, resurface the brake disc and hub.
To Install:

On 4x4 vehicles ONLY: Clean the brake disc then place it on the wheel hub.
On 4x2 vehicles ONLY: Clean and examine the front wheel bearings and the brake disc and hub. Next, lubricate the front wheel bearings with the correct type of grease and install a new wheel hub grease seal then install the brake disc and hub.
Tighten the spindle nut as you turn the brake disc and hub.
Torque to 21 ft-lb (28.5 Nm).
Loosen the spindle nut by turning counterclockwise 175°.
Tighten the spindle nut while rotating the brake disc and hub.
Torque to 17 in-lb (2 Nm).
On 4x2 vehicles ONLY: Install the nut retainer, cotter pin, and hub grease cap.
Install the front disc brake caliper anchor plate.
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That's why I'm a member of this site - priceless assistance!
I'm good on my old truck, but the '01....up to now it's just been an appliance. Now it's getting taken care of and getting the attention it needs
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