1995 Troopy front axle adjusting nut and lock nut size or sst 09607-60020

Submitted: Thursday, Mar 05, 2009 at 21:23
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I am about to replace my front bearings, steering knuckle bearings and oil seals on my 1995 Troopy hzj75RV. I have read the workshop manual and have done similar on an 84 hilux. I need to know what size socket I am going to need to undo, and also torque up when putting back together, the adjusting nut and lock nut. The manual says to use special tool SST 09607-60020 but I have no idea what size this will be. I don't really want to pull it all apart find out the size and find I don't have that size and then have to put it all back together and go buy that sized socket. Much rather find out before I pull it all apart!


The nut can be seen on page SA-29 and the tool on SA-35 of the HZJ7_series (jan 1990) manual.

Hope someone can remember or tell me what size socket is needed.

Thanks in advance for your assistance.

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Reply By: Member - Dennis P (Scotland) - Thursday, Mar 05, 2009 at 21:30

Thursday, Mar 05, 2009 at 21:30
Hi,

Is this the one you mean,

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Hope this helps,
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Follow Up By: Member - sdr00y (Beecroft) - Thursday, Mar 05, 2009 at 22:09

Thursday, Mar 05, 2009 at 22:09
Yes Dennis, looks like that is the one. Thanks. I didn't think to look on ebay as a technical resource!

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Reply By: Geoff (Newcastle, NSW) - Thursday, Mar 05, 2009 at 21:40

Thursday, Mar 05, 2009 at 21:40
Hi Beecroft,

The socket Dennis has shown from eBay is the one you need and 54mm is the size.

The big problem with an ordinary socket is the wall thickness required to get inside the hub.

That's why the genuine Toyota unit looks more like a tube spanner than a socket as does the one on eBay.

If you are going to do the rear wheel bearings you'll need an entirely different service tool than the front end tool.

It has three prongs on it to engage some holes in what is basically a round nut.

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Follow Up By: Member - sdr00y (Beecroft) - Thursday, Mar 05, 2009 at 22:07

Thursday, Mar 05, 2009 at 22:07
Yes I think the link above is the one I need. Thanks for your info on the rear one too as I will be doing the rear bearings soon.

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Reply By: Member -Pinko (NSW) - Thursday, Mar 05, 2009 at 22:57

Thursday, Mar 05, 2009 at 22:57
I bought my tube spanner (as Pictured)from my local 4x4 shop five years ago $9 ---. The rear wheel bearing tool is a little more involved, it has three legs to fit corresponding holes in the adjuster. I ended up making it up from 50mm water pipe and 8mm rod.
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