oknow that im 7/8 of the way drunk lets make this an adventure.
first after you take the wheels off and get the steering wheel straight.
take some good measurements as to where the tre's are.
then take off the tre outers by loosening the jam nut and rotating them out. easy enough. onthe inners after you remove the boot and air press equalizer. you will wan tto do the following. if you start on the drivers side rotate the wheel to the right ( pass side) as far as possible to allow you to gain access to the tre outer. you will want to do this so you dont bend the shaft. ( not likely though) once yo rotate. heat up the are where youloosen it because they use loctite. i tried a tre removal too and it did me noo good. just heat thea bitch up and it comes off like a school girls dress. not too much heat though dont want it to warp. then install your new outers and and inners and put them to the same measuremnts you took before.
any mo ?s just ask.
if i mis spelled anything, im glad.
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