Removal (F150 4WD W/Automatic & Manual Locking Hubs, F250, F250 H.D. & F350 4WD W/Manual Locking Hubs) 1. Raise vehicle, and support with safety stands. Remove wheel assembly and caliper. On F150 with automatic locking hubs, separate hub cap from hub body assembly by removing 5 Torx (TX25) head cap screws. See Fig. 13 . Remove cap. DO NOT drop spring, ball bearing, bearing race or retainer. Fig. 13: Removing Front Rotor Courtesy of FORD MOTOR CO. 2. Remove rubber seal and seal bridge from retainer ring space. Remove retainer ring by squeezing ends together. Remove hub body assembly. Remove "C" washer and splined spacer from spindle. With manual locking hubs, separate hub cap from hub body assembly by removing 6 Allen head screws. 3. Remove snap ring attaching hub body assembly to spindle. Remove lock ring seated in groove of hub. See Fig. 14 . Remove hub body assembly. If hub body does not come out easily, install 2 hub cap screws into hub body, and pull hub body out of hub. 4. On F150 with automatic locking hubs and on F250 Heavy Duty and F350 with manual locking hubs, use Spanner Lock Nut Wrench (D85T-1197-A) to remove outer lock nut. See Fig. 15 . Remove lock washer. Using spanner lock nut wrench, remove inner lock nut. Remove outer wheel bearing and rotor. 5. On F150/F250 Light Duty with manual locking hubs, use Spanner Lock Nut Wrench (T86T-1197- A) to remove wheel bearing adjusting nut. Remove outer wheel bearing, and then rotor. Fig. 14: Removing Front Hub Courtesy of FORD MOTOR CO. Fig. 15: Removing Outer Lock Nut (F150 W/Automatic Locking Hubs, F250 H.D. & F350 W/Manual Locking Hubs) Courtesy of FORD MOTOR CO. NOTE: Information for rotor removal on F250/F350 with automatic locking hubs is not available from manufacturer. Procedure should be similar to other locking hub procedures. Page 1 of 1 DISC & DRUM -1995 Ford Pickup F250 3/29/2009
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