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Old 04-15-2003, 09:25 AM
endeavor endeavor is offline
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Rear Bearings

Yes, it depends on one's mechanical ability, how much time one has and also if you have another car available. I was taking my time in doing this job as I had never done this before. I have not worked on any model besides the 124 chassis.
Rear Hub removal is easy by disconnecting all the links.
Then, in my case the joint/bushing in the rear hub was bad
so, while the fellow was pressing out the hub and the bearing
I also had them press out the bushing.
If these are bad, then generally other rubber bushings need to be closely looked at. My differential bushings were cracked, so replaced those.
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