Might be easier if you just disconnected the vacuum line up in the engine bay. That way if you go through a puddle crap doesn't get sucked in the line or make its way down inside the hub from the exposed end if you pull it off at the top of the knuckle.

If you can feel the tiny bit of play with your wheel on the ground then you will probably need to tighten them when you install the Warn manuals. If you feel the play when the wheel is off the ground then it might be OK, but you should still check it with a pull gage when you are installing the Warn manuals.

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