@Eric t a video of me doing it on my own car but wont be posted up until 2 weeks later on my channel.
il type it out
first make shure your bearings are greased and you have a new grease seal in the back. after you assemble the seal , inner bearing, rotoror, outer bearing , washer then nut. use your channel lock or adjustable wrench ( dont use a socket and a ratchet !) your are gonna tighten down the nut fully and tight. this firstly seats the bearings into the races and makes shure everytthing is set and aligned
NOW, the adjustment part.
too tight and you can burn up a bearing ( never happend to me and i preffer a tighter bearing)
too loose and the wheel will have play ( not good for handleing)
they way i do it. is back the nut off half or a full turn out becuase right now its super reefed on. you want to spin the rotor and tighten the nut. the spinning of the rotor helps everything find its natural seat it wants to be in.
spin, tighten, back off half a turn. repeat x3
the tighteness you are feeling for in the nut is snug. hard to explain it. but you know when you run a bolt down and it botttoms out then you have to reef on it to tighten it. you want it just bottomed out.
but by bottomed out i dont meen finger tight. i mean with the wrench. tighten it down but down reef on it.
a lil loose you will be fine. a lil tight and you will be fine. there not picky and you wont cook a bearing or fling your wheel off like people claim. ive done it both ways and i prefer a bearing thats set a smidge tighter then loose.
if your on youtube. look at how to set up a trailer bearing or any 2wd pickup truck front brake from 2000 and older . its all the same with tapper roller bearings