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Old July 9th, 2014, 03:31 PM
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Tool Specs - Hub nut

Does anyone know what the tool specification is to remove the rear hub nut on an '85 110 is? Does the 52mm spanner work or is this only through '83?

Trying to replace the oil seals to keep differential oil from leaking from the rear axel. Any other tips on this job would be appreciated.

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to broaden your options, I use the hub nut tool from my old 79' CJ7 with Dana axles. perfect fit.
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The actual size is 2-1/16". Uncle George probably has one, if not you can get them from the usual suspects.

Make sure you clear the breather as well. That causes alot of leaks, even when the seals are good.

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socket works well to remove them, just watch that you don't over tighten them when reinstalling…
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here's an example http://www.quadratec.com/products/98...FVFp7AodsFQA7w

just google "jeep cj hub nut socket". I know it hurts, but do it.
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