Just so I'm clear, you have a two-wheel-drive, right? 99 percent of the trucks out there are 4wd that use the sealed assemblies. I worked on a lot of these as the only suspension and alignment specialist for nine years at a very nice family-owned Chrysler / Dodge dealership, but even I had to look up the 2wd version in a service manual. Don't know that I ever had one apart, that I can remember.
So, yes, take them apart like normal. You were given information for the more common 4wd.
Saturday, November 27th, 2010 AT 8:32 PM