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Hey guys, ns am plan on replacing the driver"s side hub bearing tonight and need come grab the appropriate size socket. I have seen 35mm and also 36mm mentioned. Go anyone know whether the hub seed on the 2006 1500 4x4 is 35 or 36mm?Thanks!

what dimension socket for hub bearing nut
Its a 36mm. They have the right to be tough the very first time off so try to use a great socket, those cheap people will separation or ring off. Snap-on socket works good.
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Its a 36mm. They deserve to be tough the an initial time off so shot to use a an excellent socket, those cheap ones will split or round off. Snap-on socket functions good.
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