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Old 01-11-2018, 06:53 AM
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Im trying to remove the drum mounting plate to get an exact size from my axle flange to the Hub mounting surface. to do so I see I have to take My Hub apart. Is there an easier way. ?
 
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Google Ford axle flange bolt pattern
 
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Caption below pic: Timken model 51524 / Models: D = F2 / Y = F3 / J = F3 Parcel Delivery / JH = F5 Parcel Delivery / T = F5 / TL = F4 / W = F5 COE

 
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with those 8 axle nuts on a few threads, give the axle shaft a good whack with a brass hammer at a right angle to the shaft. That should free up the 8 cones under the nuts and then slide the axle out. If you try to free them off with out the nuts on a few threads chances are better than not that one will shoot off to a unknown crevice in your garage.

now that the shaft is out, free off the locking tab from the lock nut and remove as normal, keeping a note or picture of the parts stack.

grab the stub hub and pull straight out and now you have access to the backing plate mounting bolts.

here are some Pn's for your parts guy

bearing/race inner, Timken 18690/18620
bearing/race outter, Tinken 18790/18720
grease seal stub hub, SKF 23820
grease seal pinion SKF 13738
 
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with those 8 axle nuts on a few threads, give the axle shaft a good whack with a brass hammer at a right angle to the shaft. That should free up the 8 cones under the nuts and then slide the axle out. If you try to free them off with out the nuts on a few threads chances are better than not that one will shoot off to a unknown crevice in your garage.

now that the shaft is out, free off the locking tab from the lock nut and remove as normal, keeping a note or picture of the parts stack.

grab the stub hub and pull straight out and now you have access to the backing plate mounting bolts.

here are some Pn's for your parts guy

bearing/race inner, Timken 18690/18620
bearing/race outter, Tinken 18790/18720
grease seal stub hub, SKF 23820
grease seal pinion SKF 13738
Thank you so much. Came out like a dream ..
 
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