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Old 02-26-2024, 01:40 AM #16
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First, 2wd to 4wd...respect. That sounds like a lot of work. Second, it seems to be the consensus that due to wear and the need for precise alignment of the bearings to races, pressing them out is preferred. I"m going to give the mechanic (who has a great reputation) the benefit of the doubt and assume there was something wrong (rust?) with the bearing/hub/knuckle. However, this sounds like something I need to learn to do.

Oh! I'm just now figuring out that my previous experience is all on my 2WD F150...which uses rotors with pre-installed races. In the past, I've simply replaced the bearings when I replaced the rotors. With the 4Runner (4WD) the knuckle and hub assembly is completely different, and uses pressed in bearings. Okay. Now I'm tracking.
Also I did non-ADD conversion not ADD like most 3rd gens. So I can't compare bearing not torque specs. But I will tell you non-ADD wheel bearing nut torque spec is absurd at like 220ft/lbs. Our wheel bearings are no joke.
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Also I did non-ADD conversion not ADD like most 3rd gens. So I can't compare bearing not torque specs. But I will tell you non-ADD wheel bearing nut torque spec is absurd at like 220ft/lbs. Our wheel bearings are no joke.
The manual hub bearing setup is nearly the same as the 2WD setup. The 2WD just has a cap on the back and the hub is solid in the center, so no spot for the axle and no holes to mount the locking hub. The ADD bearings/hub are held together with the axle and axle nut, like a big version of many FWD Japanese vehicles.

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