Hand tighten lug nuts (1) on lug studs (6).
Spin wheel assembly (2) in a forward direction while tightening the spindle nut (10) to approximately 20 ft-lbs. to
seat the bearings (12 and 15) and remove any grease or burns which could cause excessive bearing play later.
Loosen the spindle nut (10) 1/4 turn, then using your hand (not a wrench of any kind), tighten the spindle nut (10)
until it's snug.
Install new cotter pin (8) through the hole in the spindle (9) and the slots in the bearing spindle nut (10). Bend the
ends of the cotter pin (8) until they're flat against the bearing spindle nut (10). Cut off any extra length which
could interfere with the bearing cap (7).
Install bearing cap (7), tapping it into place onto hub and drum (3) with a hammer.
Place jack under axle assembly (5) and lift trailer assembly (4) until it clears jack stand. Lower jack stands and
remove from under trailer assembly (4).
Tighten stud nuts (1) alternately and evenly. Torque to 110-120 lb-ft.
Check tires for correct air pressure of 55 psi.