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Decoding rear axle tag

Can you tell me which vehicle this is from and what year model ? CITT 4001 A 301 3 89 1LA This is the tag info for a Ford 9" can you tell me what vehicle it is from or any other info ? The info I gave is only what a 'guy' told another guy it might be from. Thanks Bill

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you will need to unbolt the axle and slide it out there should be 6 or 8 bolts on the hub that sticks out of the center of wheel. take this out and there is a spanner nut inside you will need to bend back locking tab and unscreww nut and drum and hub will slide off you will see seal inside hub

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Air leaks around rim or tire valves, bad axle alignment, improperly loaded trailer with too much weight or not properly ballanced front to rear, wrong load range or type of tires (never use passenger car tires on trailers), receiver hitch height is incorrect when loaded (if it's too low it can cause a teeter totter effect on the front axle, if it's too high you shift too much weight over the rear or tag axle and over heat the tires) or the tires could be rubbing on something.

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you have to block up the rear end then pull the cover off the rear end then pull tires and drums off then
go to the punkin and pull the center pin out its a 5/16 or 8mm bolt out slid the pin out then push axles in take the C-clips out then pull axles out
you will need a axle slide hammer to get the bearing out and
then tap the new one in just far enough to get the cyl. in
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SOURCE: how to remove rear axle on 1998 ford expedition, detailed please!

well if its a straight axle as in just a regular rear end thats something you will want to take some where unless you know exactly what your doing because it involves taking the rearend plate off an d all of that now if it has cv axles in the back that is a different story and the axles are usually either bolted on with about 6 bolts or there is just a ring clip that you got a get a pry bar inbetween the rear end and axle and just give it a good **** and it will pop out

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