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1989 Ford F250-350 Diesel ??? Rear Axle

Hey guys want to change brakes on the rear and it seems you need a spanner wrench or socket with prongs?? Anyone know what part number or were I can buy this wrench or socket.Thanks Bob
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Check the tools section of the local autoparts store. They usually have the sockets. There are 2 or 3 diffferent sizes that I can think of right now. Lot of guys with 4wd use them on the front hubs.

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brake drums should be outboard on this truck
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On a 89 you may have the stearling rear with pilot hubs. They will pull off like a 9" with a little persuasion. Here's a usefull link for identifying and such. http://www.drivetrain.com/Fordtrkratio_posidata.html
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Rear Axle Nut

On the trcuk rear axle you take the cover off and gasket.Then there is a flange or nut and excuse my mouth but steal indents for 4 bumps or tits I call them.I have called the idiots at the Ford Dealer and of course bring it in.Yeah right.KD Tool has them but I don't know which one it is.Gys thanks for replying and helping out.Have a good time at your BBF Bash.
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I understand what you want for taking the nuts off to remove the hub

however you don't need to pull the hub off to remove the brake drum

if your changing brakes you doing to much work by pulling the hubs off
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X2 on what Info said, just take off the wheel and back off the brakes and pull off the drum. Only need to pull the hub if you need to replace the seal. Only exception is if by chance this truck has a D60 or D70 rear axle. Highly unlikely but possible.

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