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Old 11-28-2010, 02:17 AM
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Originally Posted by Billybob View Post
If there is play in the hub the bearing is toast, it is an interference fit and it rock solid normally. The good thing is that with the wheel carrier separated from the linkage and off the subframe just about any competent shop can R&R the bearing. If it was still connected it takes a special tool to R&R it in situ. Bearing is about $60 last time I bought one.
Should I replace them both on principle, or just the wobbly one? Since I have a shop press could I just push it out and in myself or does it still have to be done at a shop? I'm sure my indy would do it, although I'm kind of embarrassed to try to explain the mayhem that is my project.
I was just looking at the wheel bearing DIY and remembered the parking brake. I didn't even think to check and see if that was stuck.
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