Starting with the right set of tools can go a long way in reducing the amount of rework you perform during the installation process. For example, having a torque wrench, wire brush, breaker bar and flathead screwdriver set out in front is a good start. The exact tools you’ll need will depend on the wheel hub assembly and vehicle, though. Having the manufacturer guidelines available will also help you avoid unnecessary rework and delays. Lastly, standardizing and documenting your installation process will help you optimize wheel hub assembly installation. All of these tips will keep you and your staff working as efficiently as possible, when installing assemblies.