precinct 1 baltimore county residents: Nice step by step. tytytytyty
Crystal R: hi, I was told my wheel hub was going out on my dodge....while driving it sounds like a helicopter in the front??
beca guevara: is the left side any different
Melcolme Fizer: your video was a great help to me and changing the hubs on my uncle's 2006
Shane Deel: my axel is free on hub but i cant get the axel out. it only moves about 1/4 inch
HVACRBERT: wow i wish i had watched your vid before i started the project as those hub bolts are a bear to get out without removing the axle trust me lol thanks for your time to make this it is a great help. i will be buying my parts from your company in the future sir.
Firemonkey1990: wow thanks for this. bought an 05 ram 4x4 not to long ago now I need to replace the cv axel, the brake pads all around and rotors with the front wheel bearing hub. this was a huge help. I'm not mechanically savvy just yet but this helps alot. thanks alot! you're saving me a ton a labor costs!
Chase McCracken: awesome video, now i can fix my grandpas dodge for him :D
1A Auto Parts: +Carey Dula No problem. Thank you for watching. 1aauto.com 866-403-3393
Carey Dula: Great videos as always. Thanks!
Scott Dilley: Mine didn't come off that easy !!
C CASTRO: Great video would this apply to a 2009 dodge truck 1500 slt 4x4 4.7 as well. Seems the noise got louder so i need to get this done asap. Thanks.
Shannon Eldridge: Watched your video on how to change a wheel bearing on a 2004 dodge Durango. I have to say it was a great help to me. Thank you for taking the time to video these auto repairs. I did have a difficult time getting the hub off because it was corroded so bad. I was lucky I had a friend to assist me. Thanks again. Keep up the good work!
The Beige Wonder: I just purchased my hubs from you guys and I can't wait to put them on that's for the video
Joseph Melcher: Thanks for the video I learned some new tricks, I am a retired mechanic , I did not have the luxury of a lift so it was on jack stands in my garage. I never knew the half shafts popped out that easily Thanks for the tip. I have 250k miles on my 2002 dodge ram . I replaced the hub bearings at about 100k each time almost on the exact mileage. I left my axles in place and just manipulated the axle to reach the bolts that hold the hub in. Your hubs popped out pretty easily, mine not so much. After much banging with a 3 lb mini sledge and heavy duty cold chisel I discovered something interesting. On the ends of the hub where the bolts go through there are 3 indention's. I hit the 3 spots with a a few blows and the hub that was rusted in popped right out. I have done this on the same vehicle 4 times already after discovering this and replaced both front hubs in about 2 hours on the ground with jack stands. Popping the hub initially was the hardest part of the job before I found this trick.
Marcus Keeler: very informative. I, like many guys on here, am very proficient with this type of thing but it's good sometimes to get a heads up on things like socket sizes, torques and tricks
slackstein2: I watched this video just for a general idea of what needed to be taken apart, however my 2007 dodge ram 1500 had totally different axles and different suspension parts
mr83ttop: Great video! I just bought a 2002 dodge ram 1500 and my hub assemblies are bad. Now i can repair them myself and save on labor!
Frank Rendulic: Just finished one. Had to undo the upper ball joint to get clearance to remove the half-shaft inner end. One plus to this was also gaining clearance to remove the hub bolts with an impact wrench. Outside of that, the video was spot on.
Donovan Van Gorkom: Help, I have been hammering away at the old hub assembly for more than two hours with a 4lb and then 6lb sledge. The hub is dented up from all the hitting but can't separate the rusted old hub. I am not hitting gently. The knuckle is aluminum on this 2002 2wd dodge. I have added tons of penetrating fluid over the course of the hours, but the hub has not budged AT ALL. I took a break after an hour of hammering, and built a punch from some reducing bushings (black pipe) stacked from 2" down to 1". I've been hammering at that for another hour, but still nothing. I am applying gentle heat to the knuckle now as I don't want to make the aluminum brittle from heating, and then I will try some more. Any hints????
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