March 25, 2013 - A wheel hub assembly is an important part of your vehicle. If you feel a wobbling sensation coming from any of your car's wheels, odds are your wheel hub has worn out. This vibrating will get worse and worse until you replace the wheel hub. Replacing a wheel hub assembly is not a difficult task, but it does take some time to do it right. The last thing you want to do is rush through the job and have your wheel fall off.
In the video above, Chris our Install and Trucks Pro shows you how to replace an old rusty wheel hub on a 2004 Dodge Dakota. In the video, Chris discusses all of the tools you will need for the job, and he takes you through all the tasks, step by step.
The truck has some very rusty old wheel hubs that need to be removed. Chris has to use a special tool in order to get the old hubs off. The rusty hubs actually took a while to pry off and this video was edited for time. To see how long it actually took to get the hub off you can view the whole removal on this video, CLICK HERE.
After you get the old wheel hubs off you need to make sure to replace with quality wheel hubs. We recommend repairing two hubs at a time, because odds are if the front right hub is going bad the front left hub will soon follow. Unless you only turn one direction all day long, but I assume you are not a NASCAR driver.
If you are looking for some new wheel hubs Buy Auto Parts carries brand new wheel hubs at unbeatable prices. We also give a discount when you buy a pair. Just enter in coupon code 2HUBS20 at checkout to get $20 off the purchase of two hubs, or if you need all four hubs then enter coupon code 4HUBS60 to get $60 off. All purchases over $50 get free shipping to the 48 continental states.
To view the transcript for this video visit our Wheel Hub Replacement How To Page CLICK HERE If you have any more questions about wheel hubs feel free to send an email to [email protected] or give one of our USA based wheel hubs specialists a call at 1-888-907-7225.