i've read the hub/axle joint replacement in the tech section but i dont have the correct tools to do the job, if i take my truck to a machanic will it be expensive? i've heard from other people that replacing the wheel joint is a pain.
On 2005-11-30 16:58, snow ram wrote:
the tools you need can be purchased at sears for just under 50 bucks depending on what size drive you get and any other little thing you "need" to have while you are in there just FYI
thanks guys for are all the info. but my truck is already at the shop. maybe i can get the tools for christmas so i will have them for next time. anyways i'm still recovering from a dirtbike wreck (broke my wrist and had surgury) so i'm not suposed to be doing stuff like that. if i had the tools i would at least tried. :silly:
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