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Inner bearing is off. It had to be drove off through the two access holes in the back of the spindle. The holes are in the 2 o'clock and 8 o'clock position.
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Collar is off. You can see the wedge. The round thing is the upper spindle bearing cap. The two holes in it are to drive the bearings down to facilitate hub removal.
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This collar rides between the wheel bearings. There is a wedge under it used for tightening the preload on the spindle bearings. If it won't slide off take the bolt out of the back and hammer the wedge back to relieve the pressure.
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Hub and outer wheel bearing slide off. With a little muscle.
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Outer wheel bearing
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Cap is off. Those are shims to set the tension on the wheel bearings. Those shims are under the cap and fit over the studs.
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These 8 nuts hold the wheel bearing cap on. Those and the cap are next.
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Forgot to mention to pull the axle before removing the pins. 8 bolts hold the axle to the power yoke in this case. Also keep in mind the first time we pulled the power yoke pins it took about 3 days to get them out.
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gotta remove that pin keeper bolt before removing the pin
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remove two pipe plugs to access the power yoke ring pins. I made a puller. The threads in the pin are the same as a grease zerk.


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