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Hey guys, I am planning on replacing the driver"s side hub bearing tonight and need to grab the right size socket. I have seen 35mm and 36mm mentioned. Does anyone know whether the hub nut on the 2006 1500 4x4 is 35 or 36mm?Thanks!
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what size socket for hub bearing nut
Its a 36mm. They can be tough the first time off so try to use a good socket, those cheap ones will split or round off. Snap-on socket works good.
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Its a 36mm. They can be tough the first time off so try to use a good socket, those cheap ones will split or round off. Snap-on socket works good.
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