Installing a wheel bearing in a dump truck

24-May, 2019
618 220 Ko‘rishlar soni

Installing a new front wheel bearing in a 1987 Ford F800 dump truck.

  • So many dangerous moves. Be safe man.

    bcherbsbcherbs8 kun oldin
  • Please use jack stands or appropriate blocking never trust just the jack.👍

    wloshawwloshaw8 kun oldin
  • Andrew why did you not pack the bearings with grease before you put them in?

    Hayden DavisHayden Davis11 kun oldin
  • im surprised it ain't oil hubs on the front end of your truck Andrew

    Bobcat7569 Xbox360Bobcat7569 Xbox36014 kun oldin
  • Andy. You need to learn the proper way of using wrenches. The adjustable wrench you were using it backwards.

    William MalenfantWilliam Malenfant15 kun oldin
    • They are designed to be used both directions.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata15 kun oldin
  • Wowo 1987 it's like something from the 60's

    Seán O'NilbudSeán O'Nilbud16 kun oldin
  • Your not greasing the bearings right

    Kristy StaatsKristy Staats18 kun oldin
  • Ay work with this Dayton wheels they change bearing when brakes are done

    J. A.J. A.20 kun oldin
  • Did somebody bid on your eBay item at 0:40?

    Noah JohnsonNoah JohnsonOy oldin
  • You really a should hand or use a cone pack that outer bearing not just pump grease in it!

    Alexis DeVilleAlexis DeVilleOy oldin
  • Should have put make s gasket over the bearing cover plate. Other then that nice 👌.

    Jason LaughreyJason LaughreyOy oldin
  • 14:48 is that I hole in the back of the tire??

    Ty_BraekTy_BraekOy oldin
  • I always wonder what non-mechanically inclined people think about when they drive. I’m always listening to everything and feeling the road and my truck. There’s people out there driving with squealing belts, bearings, lights out, banging, knocking, smoking, flat tires, and don’t even notice it. It blows my mind how people don’t notice that.

    Ty_BraekTy_BraekOy oldin
  • Nice maintenance job... Was the green house on the left the one where you fixed the lawn?... at end of the video... it looking very good...

    make mugenmake mugenOy oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind.

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruckOy oldin
  • i think its time to change the front brakes

    edwin tapiaedwin tapiaOy oldin
  • Wish it was this simple for my 88 Dodge Ram

    Rednecken IllinoisRednecken IllinoisOy oldin
  • I was sitting here with andrew's videos on autoplay, when this one started I said to myself at 0:05 JESUS that thing sounds like a dump truck!!! Then I looked up at the video OH! 🤣🤣🤣 Apparently these jerks didnt like my misuse of the lord's name. Sorry to stimulate your arrogance and smugness!

    parteibonzaparteibonzaOy oldin
    • @parteibonza // 3 1/2 lines is too long? [hmm]; btw: I care about ppl, love the Lord, and not trolling if replying. IF you didn't read it, you'll wish you had one day. God bless.

      Dan KoningDan Koning8 kun oldin
    • @Dan Koning Too long. didn't're a jerk. Keep on trolling...stay healthy.... best

      parteibonzaparteibonza8 kun oldin
    • @parteibonza // There's no need to say a thing to ppl about voting. That decision has already been made, and I'm not worried in the least beit trouble or trial. "Every person is to be in subjection *to governing authorities.* For there is no authority *except from God,* and those which exist *are established by God"* [Rom 13 v1]. Maybe you should think about what your life will be like when everyone like me is gone, and all that's left are those w/o any morals who'll do what they want, when they want, to whom they want; that days coming for ppl w/o Jesus whether you believe it or not. *The Gospel of Jesus Christ:* -

      Dan KoningDan Koning8 kun oldin
    • @Dan Koning yer christian ass better be voting and encouraging other christians to vote instead of sitting on yer ass trolling youtube. of THAT I'm sure.

      parteibonzaparteibonza8 kun oldin
    • Poor use of the Lords name.

      Dan KoningDan Koning8 kun oldin
  • Wd40 and a match always works

    Raymond RayRaymond RayOy oldin
  • I'd a washed that old bearing with some gasoline and blown it out before re-using it... that hole was why your bearing gave out, of course. Probably with that light of a grease you didn't have to pack the bearings... more like oil, as you said. Good job, great video.

    scowellscowellOy oldin
  • Its his truck he can change parts however he wants, yada yada grease this clean that safety this. Uhg whatever

    Ben GaudreaultBen GaudreaultOy oldin
  • Looks good but you should have packed that bearing first and also completely cleaned the old bearing and re pack

    none nonenone none2 oy oldin
  • You should get one of

    Roger WeaverRoger Weaver2 oy oldin
  • hopefully you sealed the outer bearing cover plate . I missed that or maybe you used a gasket. good job .. the overtightened bearings probably made the bearings run hot and go bad. The brake job mechanic could be to blame for that .. LOL.

    Richard WallingerRichard Wallinger2 oy oldin
  • Good job brother.

    MrDavidelliottjrMrDavidelliottjr2 oy oldin
  • Andrew, this was recorded a year ago and by the comments below I assume you are now aware of the need for jack stands under any vehicle you raise up and I also assume you know of the need to pack the bearings before you install. Either you pack them by hand or you could invest in an air powered bearing packer. Enjoy your recordings!

    Steve MeadorSteve Meador2 oy oldin
  • Install a safety leg never trust a hydrolic jack

    Pierre LaplantePierre Laplante2 oy oldin
  • You have to torque it to 200 lbs after loose it 1 full turn and torque it to 50lbs after you loose 1/8 of a turn and install the cutter pin

    Pierre LaplantePierre Laplante2 oy oldin
  • Pack your bearings bro

    Robert woodRobert wood2 oy oldin
  • Well, for perhaps the 1,000th time, another subscriber will advise you to use vehicle jacks if you value your life.

    Wayne IkolaWayne Ikola2 oy oldin
  • King pins and bushings not ball joints. (:

    John FarrJohn Farr2 oy oldin
  • Yes I do think you should have packed the outer bearing also , love you video too!

    john lockhartjohn lockhart2 oy oldin
  • Listen to Ty Biledeau regarding packing wheel bearings. It is done by scraping the bearing across your grease filled palm forcing the grease all the way into the rollers until the grease comes out the other side. Do this all the way around the bearing. The bearings will lead much longer this way. Also the slack adjusters for the brake adjustment have a locking ring that must pop out to engage the adjustment nut to keep it from backing off. It is part of the truck inspection done by the D.O.T.

    Otto CarrOtto Carr2 oy oldin

    John HargisJohn Hargis2 oy oldin
  • All the people hating on him doing the bearings wrong listen to him he sounds sick his nose is stuffed you can hear it

    Brody corriganBrody corrigan2 oy oldin
  • Looks like the '81 F-600 W/ Detroit diesel we had @ work

    phil thoresonphil thoreson2 oy oldin
  • By "some people" are you refering to the female of the species?

    DodgeCity111DodgeCity1112 oy oldin
  • Some mechanic useing a shifting spinner back to front

    Peter JacksonPeter Jackson2 oy oldin
  • Hey for your hub caps, i know it's late but you could try hydro forming them if you have some times.

    Mme. HyraelleMme. Hyraelle2 oy oldin
  • *ebay sounds*

    Mme. HyraelleMme. Hyraelle2 oy oldin
  • Show 👏👏🇧🇷🐕🐕🐕🐕

    Jose carlos GrandinettiJose carlos Grandinetti2 oy oldin
  • You don't know how to pack the bearing jack stands ..

    ChrisChris2 oy oldin
  • Suprised he doesn’t know how to pack a bearing full of grease. He’s amazing at doing everything else.

    Zach DickZach Dick2 oy oldin
  • i kinda like this truck man, it has attitude, and it looks like it can take a punch, the thing got character.

    UnknownEventUnknownEvent3 oy oldin
  • Years ago I installed an oil lubricated bearing without packing it first. It failed in 12 miles, burnt up because oil was not getting out there that fast. Since then I have always packed them and have not had a failure in 50 years of any bearing I installed. On your Bobcat 864 with loosing the signals from the joysticks and having to restart. On my T200 same problem but with foot controls. Just cycle the seat bar and punch the control start on the control panel. Works every time and is easier than having to restart the whole bobcat.

    Milton ShawMilton Shaw3 oy oldin
  • That spindle nut being so tight Put a lot of load on that bearing which I’m guessing is why it blew the bearing I’m guessing someone had it off and way over tightened it and that puts a lot of stress into the bearings. Great content keep up the good work👍🏻

  • Just advice. The spanner(shifter) should pull in the direction of the turn, so the load doesn’t spread the moving jaw. Its upside down.

    MsPrinceGTMsPrinceGT3 oy oldin
  • Dayton wheels are dangerous. Take the lug nuts loose and hit with a hammer. Those cleats hurt when they hit you. Also get a grease needle to shoot grease through the bearing.

    Evil ChickenfarmEvil Chickenfarm3 oy oldin
  • My shop teacher 60 years ago told me to always put the top of a crescent wrench on top of the nut with the handle pushing down. That puts the strain on the solid part of the wrench and avoids wrench wear /breakage.

    vernon husekvernon husek3 oy oldin
  • Grg☝️🛢🎤🛢🛢😿

    Jorgeeoeosoeoeosowlw Chacekeidoeieoeiel2o2lonJorgeeoeosoeoeosowlw Chacekeidoeieoeiel2o2lon3 oy oldin
  • 2:39 I feel the crescent wrench nazis dander rising - will they explode in denouncement or bite their split tongues ?

    Shakdi DagalimalShakdi Dagalimal3 oy oldin
  • Can you explain why you didn’t pack the outer bearing by hand?

    Alex DeTrempeAlex DeTrempe3 oy oldin
    • Andrew Camarata thanks for the response you are hands down one of my favorite creators on UZworld keep up the good work

      Alex DeTrempeAlex DeTrempe3 oy oldin
    • Alex DeTrempe Because the grease I used was more like an oil, and it doesn’t require being packed in there like that

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata3 oy oldin
  • I learned not to work on a vehicle standing only on a jack, at least not without securing the vehicle more. At least throw in the loose wheel under some other low hardpoint under there. Serves two purposes: keeps you from going there and makes it easier to jack it up again. Large diameter wood is also good as extra safety. Andrew, you have plenty wood around, make yourself a couple of good stumps to have around in your garage! Great work on all your projects and videos! Keep them coming! Thanks!

    tycbectycbec3 oy oldin

    walter fungwalter fung3 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata why didnt you pack the outside brg like the inside brg

      walter fungwalter fung3 oy oldin
    • Oil grease, its fine.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata3 oy oldin
  • Andrew......please consider what it might feel like to have a squeeeeeeeshed foot.... at such a young age, or any age... I really think that it would suck... I use two jack stands and keep some weight on the floor jack too. always place the release of the jack stands on the opposite side from where you are working..... to avoid the accidental release of the jackstand... thank you.......P.S. I will trade you... you use jack stands and I will let the adds play through?? OK??

    jack sunjack sun3 oy oldin
  • tighten slack adjuster until it is tight then back off half a turn

    Lennox CaldwellLennox Caldwell3 oy oldin
  • Thanks for the video

    ROVIT TvROVIT Tv3 oy oldin
  • Kinda funny how he used his all sixtheenths wrench upside down but he still got 'er done. He darn sure a hard working man self made man. He saves himself some serious cash doing his own repairs on darn near every piece of equipment he owns.

    Ronald HeitRonald Heit4 oy oldin
  • I liked it, excellent work. this really cool truck. strong hug.

    RodrigoRodrigo4 oy oldin
  • I give you a A for effort though !!!

    Brian OHaraBrian OHara4 oy oldin
  • You didn’t pack the outer bearing !!! Wtf . The most important step !!!

    Brian OHaraBrian OHara4 oy oldin
  • Hey. I was just wondering. With all the diesel vehicles you have. Do you own your own tank? I know it may be a dumb question but i had to ask.You do more work being alone then any 4 people as a group. Have learned a lot. I learned how to weld in voc-tech. But that was 30 yrs ago. lol Thanks for the lessons. Love your Dogs. I enjoy your videos. Keep them coming. Be safe and healthy. Oh! Where are you located in NY? Upstate?

    Sinjin KhanSinjin Khan4 oy oldin
  • Shocked you didn’t clean and repack the inner and pack the outter !

    Woodman OutdoorsWoodman Outdoors4 oy oldin
  • If your outer races are countersunk like they where on my KLR's steering stem you can weld a bead on the inside so when it cools down it will fall straight out.

    Capital PunishmentCapital Punishment4 oy oldin
  • GREAT content

    Ladders & SnakesLadders & Snakes4 oy oldin
  • “Some people don’t know about vehicles” and he doesn’t pack the brand new bearing 😂😂

    M StarcevicM Starcevic4 oy oldin
    • A Dude Wit A Rocket Launcher still better than not packing them at all

      M StarcevicM StarcevicOy oldin
    • the grease is too oily to work for packing bearings

      engineer gamingengineer gamingOy oldin
  • looks like same parts see on a school bus

    Scott CarsonScott Carson4 oy oldin
  • Chrome sockets on an impact gun? Good video though

    Gav LaGav La4 oy oldin
    • I have had less chrome sockets break then black impact ones.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata4 oy oldin
  • Most of the time when I got any squeaking on my vehicle was either my brakes were jammed due to caliper failure or just got a rock in my brakes.

    Squatch HammerSquatch Hammer4 oy oldin
  • Rule number one on bearings especially wheel bearings Never Miss Matched new to old number two always pack the bearings and grease first by hand or use a bearing packer you obviously have never been taught how to do this or read instructional manual I don't suspect your front bearings will last very long but you did have one thing right you pumped a ton of grease in there I would have pumped more but that was a sufficient amount in the middle and never reuse the old cotter pin they always break and fall out

    Saltiness_ IncomingSaltiness_ Incoming4 oy oldin
  • I think you should have packed these bearing.

    Z kZ k4 oy oldin
  • Lots of UZworld mechanics here

    ThatGuyCarmineThatGuyCarmine4 oy oldin
  • pllease get some kind of safe stand stuff happens real fast

    lester petersenlester petersen5 oy oldin
  • Yeah, love this channel and all his fixes. However, very least, flush that old bearing in petrol or cleaner and dry and feel and spin it just a bit to see everything is ok. then grease it and put it back into service. Never pack old grease with new grease as there can be hidden metal flakes, grit ect showing bearing is nearly about to fail and on a heavy truck! all that stress!.

    DifferentialTimDifferentialTim5 oy oldin
  • Someone PLEASE show Andrew how to pack a wheel bearing!

    Paul ReichePaul Reiche5 oy oldin
  • Why does the brand new race for the inside look dirty compared to the nice clean one for the other side?

    Mary EllisMary Ellis5 oy oldin
  • Didn't see u adjust the other brake on the good side..

    thomas ackermanthomas ackerman5 oy oldin
  • At 0:41: It's the speed of the wheels, not "the speed of the tires [sic]", obviously!

    Autodidact2Autodidact25 oy oldin
  • Never ever pound on a bearing race with a steel punch or any other steel tool..........Always use a piece of brass that is softer than the steel or you just might break off a fragment of the race and have it fly in your eye........I was in the garage business for years and still all my brass punches, etc. 3/4" brass diameter punch is good........use them everywhere. Brass is your friend when wanting to punch out races or any pressure fit part that is steel - I see you did the install with brass..........good job.

    AKVNEWSAKVNEWS5 oy oldin
  • 9:32 Hey hey. Before you apply a new grease to an old dirty bearing, take and clean the bearing, flush it with oil, and then lubricate with new grease. The old dirt you left there could do a bad job.

    Stanisław KStanisław K5 oy oldin
  • A good tip for adjusting S cam brakes that I always follow: tighten them as much as you can with a normal length 3/8 dr ratchet, then you back it off 1/4 turn in the rear and 1/2 turn in front. You never want your front brakes to hit first on a big truck.

    J.R. In WVJ.R. In WV5 oy oldin
  • Is there suppose to be a rubber gasket under the cap to prevent water penetration? I saw you scrap away something under the cap which looked like an old gasket?

    Haskell FriedmanHaskell Friedman5 oy oldin
  • Milwaukee fuel impact gun way better than that kobalt.

    Mr.J.East!Mr.J.East!5 oy oldin
  • I dont have truck but i like your work..very easy & clean...

    Sheraz QasimSheraz Qasim5 oy oldin
  • 3:09 I just watched another man bust a nut!

    TRX TechTRX Tech5 oy oldin
  • You need new brakes

    Eleazar ColinEleazar Colin5 oy oldin
  • To small of a jack no jackstand spindle looks bad 😳

    750jason750jason5 oy oldin
  • Dude, please take care of yourself. Use a jack stand and find a slab of concrete to work on.

    Hagbard CelineHagbard Celine5 oy oldin
  • I didn’t clean the nut! Lamer tool!

    Константин БодровКонстантин Бодров5 oy oldin
  • "Going into Ford and asking for parts is worthless" No greater truth has been told on that day....

    Bradley WallBradley Wall5 oy oldin
  • They brakes????

    Ricardo LosadaRicardo Losada5 oy oldin
  • Hello, Andrew! I also repaired the car today. Russian and small car. Replacing both brake cylinders. The wheel bearing will also collapse soon.

    Konstantin MKonstantin M6 oy oldin
  • ale fuszera, żal pare centów na drugie łożysko

    tomek00026tomek000266 oy oldin
  • why didn't you pack your bearing properly?

    RoninRonin6 oy oldin
    • Oil grease, its fine.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata6 oy oldin
  • yikes .......1700 are there no speed limits?

    Peggyt1243Peggyt12436 oy oldin
  • Great Infos. Cool

    Martin MatiasMartin Matias6 oy oldin
  • I just come for all the EXPERTS in the comments section.

    Bad SantaBad Santa6 oy oldin
  • i think that little hole in the cap is actually the source of the problem, as dust an dirt got in and destroyed the front bearing, its crazy how important seals are

    MN SHPMN SHP6 oy oldin
  • 😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣🤣🤦‍♂️ now that sounded like an eBay notification lol

    brushrescue1701brushrescue17016 oy oldin
  • Man I love your energy, how you always find ways to keep the wheels rolling on your business, keep up the good work man, god bless

    Rad GhorabiRad Ghorabi6 oy oldin