I bought the "all new spiffy and cool" brake kit from Atlantic British a few days ago (vented and drilled rotors....kevlar pads) but wasn't able to begin putting the parts in until tonight. I used to have a series truck and adjusting the wheel bearings wasn't hard...I did it by feel and it worked well. I guess that doesn't work well on the 90. I torqued down the hub nut quite tightly...backed it off slightly..and called it done. However...after driving the truck for just a couple of miles I heard the sound of loose wheel bearings...in fact...when I stopped I almost thought I should call a tow truck they were so loose. So the question is....how best to adjust the bearings....(with driveway tools...I do have the hubnut socket even though a chisel and hammer worked fine on the old series truck) since the wheels have to be off..unlike the series truck if I remember right...wiggling the wheel won't work when it is on the ground and you are sitting on it.