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Old 05-18-2007, 12:41 AM   #1
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I am replacing the wheel hub assembly and was wondering if anyonwe knew the center Nut size on the half-axle is that holds the half-axle in the hub assembly. Also I was wondering what torx size it is to take the hub out is it a T-55 or T-50? Would they sell these tools at auto-zone? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Its a 1994 Bonneville SSE.
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They definatly have it at AutoZone, it'* in the five pack they got. IIRC it'* T55.
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Thanks anyone know what size that big nut is that holds the half-axle in the hub?
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Moved to 92-99. Please don't post mechanical topics in General Chat.
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Thanks anyone know what size that big nut is that holds the half-axle in the hub?
40 something mm... 43?
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i want to say it'* a 3/8 hex to remove the caliper, then i used a 36 (IIRC) impact to remove the axel nut and finnally a T55 to remove the hub itself.

good luck with that.
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Thanks, The spindle is a 34mm.
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