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Old 03-07-2006, 11:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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D60 brakes

Where can I get a spindle remover for my D60 ff. I can't ask the people at my local Advanced cuz they are all retarded and don't know what I'm talking about when I ask about most stuff. I can't rebuild my brakes if I don't get this thing off

Here is a pic of my spindle just to narrow things down



This is another nut that I need to get off so I can change out my bearings too.

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Old 03-07-2006, 12:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You're looking for a spindle nut socket, should have them at advanced, fairfax auto parts, or napa. Make sure you get the correct one.
On the second pic, I don't know where that came off of, and what bearings you're replacing...so can't help you there.
Why not convert the rear to disc brakes instead of rebuilding the drums?
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i don't see a spindle nut on anymore...looks like the outer bearing. just pull the hub/drum off.
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D60 rear removal...

Remove wheel & tire
Remove 8 bolts that hold the axle shaft place
Remove the large nut inside the hub body
Remove the metal "bracket" inside the hub (it's sandwiched between the 2 large nuts)
Remove the 2nd large nut inside hub body
Pull drum & hub right off.

You need the right sized thin wall socket to remove the large axle nuts.

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