I am working on my 91 montero automatic. My recent adventure left all my wheel studs trashed and looking to replace the CV axle and upper control arm while I am in there. I wanted to make sure I had everything lined up. i have read the service manual and have a good grasp on the job, but did not want to miss any oddities. Here is what I got. 1. Remove tire 2. Remove manual locking hub 3. Unbolt brake caliper 4. Remove Rotor assembaly 5. Pop off Upper ball joint, and tie rod 6. Lean knuckle forward and pull out CV axle
Did I forget anything? I do not think I need any specialty tools reading over it but I might missed something. is there any special tools? is there any wheel bearings or seals I should replace while I am tore down to this point? Thanks yall
-------------------- 91 Montero LS "RECON", Auto, Dual Bouncy Seats, SR rear axle with air locker, 2" Suspension lift, 2" Body Lift, GENII front IFS, 32" MT tires
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