Originally Posted by OneMoreTime
I fought the battle on the brakes and the brakes won..
But I found it best to just do the disks in the 1st place and be done with it..I used the Ford explorer disks and found it best to just take the mess to my local guy who does rear ends and have him do it..What he charged me was worth it and saved me a lot of aggravation...
Been there. There are a few different combinations. Big bearing/small bearing. Rotor/Drum/backing plates, OD and offsets and the various thickness of the parts, shims inner/outer seals on the ends, Flange OD/hub OD, bolt circle.. all add up to a pain in the rear..Literally