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Old 02-16-2009, 10:55   #1 (permalink)
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2000 F150 2wd Rear Wheel Bearing Howto?

Just wondering if anyone has a howto on replacing the rear wheel bearing. I got this 2000 model truck and it has so much slop in the axle that the rear disc brake was cutting into the rim! Do I need to open the rear diff to remove a nut or clip so the axle can come out?

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Re: 2000 F150 2wd Rear Wheel Bearing Howto?

you will have to take the rear cover off and take the spider gear pin out to remove the c-clip and then you could pull your axle out.as for getting the bearing out you need a slide hammer with a bearing puller i rented mine from canadian tire for 5 bucks for a day.good luck.
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Thanks. Didn't realize you had to pull the diff cover off and remove the centre of the diff to get at the clip. Turns out it was so screwed I had to replace the entire rear end assembly. Ugh!
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