No offense but glad I didn't do that. Did you button everything up or just place them on the wrong sides and catch it early?
Yes, yes, and no but I made sure it seated all the way and torqued it properly.Did you fill the cavity between the wheel bearings with wheel bearing grease? Or nearly full?
Did you pack the rest of the knuckle housing with Moly?
Did you use a dead-blow hammer and pound on the bottom of the steering arm while torqueing the nuts to 71 LB-FT?
Looked absolutely beautiful that’s for sure.I caught it as soon as I bolted the one up an realized the caliper mount was pointed in the wrong direction.
I was just in the groove of getting it all put together after a long R-n-R which included a lot of painting. I started rushing and well ...
Thanks! I wish I had a parts cleaner but a 5 gallon bucket and some gasoline ended up working out OK. I appreciate all of your input and the input of the others that have been following along. Brakes are next after I replace two stripped drive flange studs. I haven't decided on the best method for cleaning up the calipers before I rebuild them.Your thorough cleaning made for some nice photos Nice work and congrats on getting it all back together.