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Old March 7th, 2013, 05:50 PM
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I have just got some of the newer style one piece hub nut, as per INI88's post back early last year, I want to ask if you are using the coloured spacers/shims between the bearings as per LR service or just using as them as the two nut/ lock washer setup?

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Old March 14th, 2013, 11:08 AM
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bump, anybody?
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maybe ask in the other thread.
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I'm using the new style now. I just replaced the old outer nut and washer combo.
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John, I just used them the same way I used the old two nut/lock washer setup. Make sure you have the big flat washer up against the outer bearing first, then the nut goes on.

Can you show me this coloured spacers/shims that you are talking about?

------ Follow up post added March 14th, 2013 11:42 AM ------

John, I just used them the same way I used the old two nut/lock washer setup. Make sure you have the big flat washer up against the outer bearing first, then the nut goes on.

Can you show me this coloured spacers/shims that you are talking about?
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item 10, the spacers come various sizes depending on the end float needed to take up


REAR SUSPENSION
1
REPAIR
BEARING - REAR HUB
Service repair no - 64.15.14
Remove
1. Raise rear of vehicle.
WARNING: Support on safety stands.
2. Remove rear road wheel.
3. Remove 2 bolts securing brake caliper to hub.
4. Release caliper from disc and tie aside.
5. Remove 5 bolts securing axle shaft.
6. Remove axle shaft and discard gasket.
7. Knock back staking, and using a suitable socket,
remove and discard stake nut.
8. Remove hub nut washer.
9. Remove hub and brake disc assembly complete
with bearings.
10. Remove outer bearing and spacer from hub.
11. Remove grease seal and inner bearing from
hub.
12. Remove inner and outer bearing tracks from
hub.
Refit
13. Clean hub and bearing locations.
14. Fit inner and outer bearing tracks to hub.
15. Pack inner bearing with grease and fit to hub.
16. Fit new grease seal flush with rear face of hub
using LRT-54-003 and LRT-99-003.
17. Clean stub axle.
18. Pack outer bearing with grease, fit spacer and
bearing to hub.
19. Fit hub assembly to stub axle, remove
LRT-54-019.
20. Fit washer and new hub nut and tighten to 30
Nm (22 lbf.ft).
21. Rotate and push/pull hub to settle bearings.
Tighten hub nut to 210 Nm (150 lbf.ft).
22. To check drive shaft end float, mount a dial
gauge using bracket LRT-99-503 to driving
member bolt hole.
23. Ensure dial gauge is contacting hub nut face.
24. Move drive shaft in and out noting dial gauge
reading
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Old March 14th, 2013, 09:38 PM
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Just thinking that seeing that they started using these nuts is on the TD5, wonder if there is a differance in the stub shafts and or hubs?
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Just thinking that seeing that they started using these nuts is on the TD5, wonder if there is a differance in the stub shafts and or hubs?
I think they started to use traction control on the td5s so maybe it was then with the upgrade.

Don't worry about it and use those new wheel bearing nuts like you did with the old ones and let them ease your mind. It's nice knowing they won't back off at all.
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