[Healeys] Rear Axle Hub Removal

Per Schoerner per at schoerner.se
Wed Sep 6 08:28:07 MDT 2017

I remembered wrong, I made it from a 55 mm hexagon socket.


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> 6 sep. 2017 kl. 08:52 skrev Per Schoerner <per at schoerner.se>:
> Mike
> Note that the nut is an octagon, would fit better on an MG. And one of them is threaded the other way around. I made my own socket from a very big hexagon socket (46mm IIRC) that I grinded to an octagon.
> Per
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>> 6 sep. 2017 kl. 00:01 skrev Michael MacLean <rrengineer.mike at att.net>:
>> OK, figured out how to get bearing hub off rear axle with a bearing flange and slide hammer.  Is the hub nut 2 3/16ths?  Is there a socket available without the chamfer around the mouth of the socket so I can get it on that thin nut?  Do you guys just buy a 2 3/16ths socket and grind the mouth flat?  The nuts on my axle are all buggered up from someone in the past using a chisel to get them off and put them back on.
>> Mike MacLean
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