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Default Ford F150 & Expedition Front Hub and Bearing Replacement

In this video I go over another common failure on the Expedition and F150 4WD vehicles. The hub and bearing on these units usually fail silently and go unnoticed until the wheel is literally binding and scraping upon turns ready to fall off unlike the explorers and FWD cars that have sealed bearings which have a loud humming noise when they are failing. I show you how to replace it with all the tips and torque specs along the way.

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