How To Remove Jeep Axle Hub Bearings Dana 30 / 44

July 12th, 2013 by admin

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  1. hinckleypoland says:

    love the zip tie trick!

  2. Tony Person says:

    Question, Cody. Where does the Jeeps originally come from that you break down for parts? Junk yard, collisions, Craigslist, etc.? Thanks for taking us along for the ride. “For the people worked with all their heart.” Nehemiah 4:6

  3. Roca89 says:

    Hey Cody, you should try to get a FRL (filter, regulator, lubricator) for the air line that you use for pneumatic tools. your tools will last even more !

  4. uncleben03 says:

    36mm is the right size. I did this to both bearings on the front end of my Cherokee once, without air tools. I had a big breaker bar with the 36mm socket and the nut was so stuck I actually had to use a floor jack to jack the handle of the breaker bar away from the ground to break the nut loose!

  5. Patrick Murphy says:

    I just hit Rewind. 🙂

  6. moxohol says:

    I got a 2010 Wrangler JK. I need to replace the speed sensor. I located it on the driver side of transmission unlike the Tcase where it would normally be situated. I got 2 couplings tandemly arrayed & they are awkward to get to. Do I unplug the one nearest the front or the back?