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Old 11-12-2014, 11:43 AM   #1
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What is it?

Anyone know what this is and for? Came with all the info on the Freightliner chassie.
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Old 11-12-2014, 11:48 AM   #2
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It's a wrench for removing the hubs on the rear axle.
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Old 11-12-2014, 11:49 AM   #3
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Old 11-12-2014, 12:20 PM   #4
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Looks to me like a water filter wrench.

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Looks to me like a water filter wrench.

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Looks to me like a water filter wrench.

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A water filter wrench wouldn't say "Freightliner" and "Driver's Side"/"Passenger Side" on it.
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It is the Freightliner wrench for removing the rear dual Hub Covers as stated previously. Make sure that you provide it to service techs that need to remove rear wheels/hub covers or they will use a large pipe wrench and mar the chrome hub cover nut.!!!!!!
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Old 11-12-2014, 07:18 PM   #8
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Anyone know what this is and for? Came with all the info on the Freightliner chassie.
I just bought one. On the rear hubs you will see the chrome hubs, which are held on with the bolt that has the 'ferightliner" logo on it. They are $10.
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I just bought one. On the rear hubs you will see the chrome hubs, which are held on with the bolt that has the 'ferightliner" logo on it. They are $10.
Where did you get it?
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I bought it from FL in Gaffney when I had to buy a replacement assembly nut. On the parts list, the part number is "HubTool", $10.00. I am not sure what they charge for shipping just the wrench, but I was buying a few parts, figured I might as well buy one since I was using a pair of pliers and a towel. This does make it easy to tighten them or remove them.
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I bought it from FL in Gaffney when I had to buy a replacement assembly nut. On the parts list, the part number is "HubTool", $10.00. I am not sure what they charge for shipping just the wrench, but I was buying a few parts, figured I might as well buy one since I was using a pair of pliers and a towel. This does make it easy to tighten them or remove them.
Thanks, I'll call them and see if they will send me one. Just bought a steel surge tank from Gaffney so they have me in their computer. I usually remove them and the nut covers when I polish the rear wheels. Thanks again.
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Thanks to all for the help. I will keep it handy.
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Gosh, I've got my tool. I just can't imagine how to use it.
Sounds like some are saying it takes off the lug nut covers?

Oh, maybe the center cap has a large hex at the end?

It will probably be clear when I get to see it next time.

Good info. Thanks.
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