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Old 08-14-2019, 10:42 AM #16
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Iím gonna go out in a limb here and say the 4pin nut that was on the 2wd spindles is to keep it all together.

On the 4wd, the CV holds the bearing together. The 2wd doesnít have a CV, so it would use the nut, just like the manual hubs would use.

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That's what I'm thinking too, but with the spacer on the 4wd one seems a bit odd to me as all the wheel bearings I have done that use the cv to pre-load the bearing the cv presses against the inner race of the bearing, and the hub is a wee bit short to allow cv to press against the race.

I'm swapping to manual hubs this weekend so I'll pop back in here with pics of the 4wd non manual hubs look like.
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In part 2 video you have an outer race for a press tool. How did you remove the inner race from that outer race to use as a tool?
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That outer race was from the bearing that fell apart on us when we were pressing the hub out. You could probably clamp the bearing in a bench vice, take a prybar and try to pop the inner bearing and race loose. Or maybe a punch and hammer trying to knock the bearing and race out from the inside out would work. If you work at it, I'm sure you would be able to separate the outer race from the rest of the bearing so you can use it as a press sleeve like we show in the video.
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That's what I'm thinking too, but with the spacer on the 4wd one seems a bit odd to me as all the wheel bearings I have done that use the cv to pre-load the bearing the cv presses against the inner race of the bearing, and the hub is a wee bit short to allow cv to press against the race.

I'm swapping to manual hubs this weekend so I'll pop back in here with pics of the 4wd non manual hubs look like.
What the 4wd non-manual hubs look like can be seen in the Part 2 video I posted earlier. The spacer on the A.D.D. hubs takes the place of the nut on the manual hubs. For 4wd A.D.D. rigs, the outer CV joint presses on the spacer, which presses on the ABS tone ring or other spacer, which presses on the bearing.
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Iím gonna go out in a limb here and say the 4pin nut that was on the 2wd spindles is to keep it all together.

On the 4wd, the CV holds the bearing together. The 2wd doesnít have a CV, so it would use the nut, just like the manual hubs would use.

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That would have to be correct. Without a CV axle nut to preload the bearing, the 2wd rigs need a nut, like the manual hub 4wd rigs use to preload the bearing.
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Hereís a picture of the A.D.D 4x4 spacer and abs tone ring




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Hereís what the wheel bearing assembly looks like taken apart. I used an induction heater to heat the outer race to start the inner race and bearings to fall out so I can use the outer race as a press sleeve to install the new wheel bearings into the knuckle




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Hereís what the wheel bearing assembly looks like taken apart. I used an induction heater to heat the outer race to start the inner race and bearings to fall out so I can use the outer race as a press sleeve to install the new wheel bearings into the knuckle




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Did you find the videos @infamousRNR , @JZiggy and I made helpful?
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Did you find the videos @infamousRNR , @JZiggy and I made helpful?
It was very helpful just seeing stuff being done. I "knew" what I needed to do persay but as ive gotten older and maybe wiser I do enjoy watching a video to make things go smoother and skip some of the stupid mistakes.

I only watched part two though.
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Interesting, as the 2wd 3rd gen knuckles I pulled from the junkyard had the 4 pin nut. I'll add a edit.
2WD knuckles are the same as 4WD manual hubs, with a non-machined hub, basically. There is a dust shield pressed in the back side instead of an axle coming through the hole, and the front of the hub is blank with no hole or splines.

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