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Old 04-10-2005, 8:15 PM   #1
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Axle nut, reverse thread?

I've taken off the tire and the cover plate, but the axle nut is stuck and a friend said it could be reverse thread. Any immediate help would be appreicated. 97' CL
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Old 04-10-2005, 9:01 PM   #2
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naw pimp. its just tight as hell u need a breaker bar.
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just a stupid question but did u remove the cotter pin?
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The hub that goes over the spines on the axel is stuck and wont come off. Theres a puller on it but it wont come off. What should i do.
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i had to use a 1" drive socket and one of the legs off the engine hoist to break mine free.
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hit it with a big ass hammer with the nut on flush with the end of the axle. or use a deadblow. plastic hammer filled with sand. or a big ass rubber mallet.
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have u taken anything else but the nut off? balljoints, tie rod anything? well, first get it to go in alittle so u can breake the rust then u have to take off the ball joints upper and lower and tie rod to remove the axle. wait what the hell r u doing ne ways?
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lol thx for the help im just replacing my bearings because my front left one is dying and is making really grinding sounds and i havnt drivin it for a while xcept today to this house to get it fixed. we got to the axle hub thing it should slide right ( with a little muscle ) off and i should be able to take the rotor off shouldnt i? we cant get this little hub off and weve used a puller with no success. so tommorow we are using a torch to heat it up and the puller to get it off. but any advice is appreciated.
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1000lb 3/4 impact gun will do the trick.
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1000lb 3/4 impact gun will do the trick.
we finaly got the nuts n crap off we just cant get that little hub off to get to the rotor, this is where were stuck and i cant have my baby back.
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what year is it? 97 is pressed on, theres a way to get it off without getting it pressed off but ull have to do a search. 98-99's are bolt on.
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