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    aisin hub rebuild on land cruiser

    So I'm attempting to rebuild my aisin manual hubs. I was wondering what is the best grease to repack them with? Thanks in advance.
    1988 Toyota Land Cruiser BJ62 Beige 4DR/V6, Auto/33" BFG A/T's
    1990 Toyota 4runner SR5 Black 4 DR/3.0L V6, Manual/31's/6" Skyjacker/Welded Rear/
    2001 Chevy Silverado LS Ext Cab 4X4 Pewter/265/75/16 BFG A/T's KO
    1991 Chevy Tracker Tintop Brown 2DR/1.6L 4cyl Auto/31" SuperSwampers

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    From my understanding there is not much to replace. Take them off, clean/inspect, replace gaskets/o-rings if needed. I wouldn't pack it full of grease, but some dabs on the inner hub body splines with red Lucas would be my way. They need to move nice and freely. Check the studs that hold the hub on by using two nuts to crank them back down. They tend to pull out. Use a brass drift on the studs to get the cone washers to pop. Do not hit the hub body. Don't over tighten the hardware. I haven't had to do a tear down yet, but this is what I have gathered/ filtered of the interweb.
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    1984 toyota currently beating & building.

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