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Old 03-07-2013, 02:05 PM   #1
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Wheel bearing replacement

My front passenger side corner sounds like the wheel bearing is going so I'm going to replace it. I was wondering if anyone has any tips or advice on how to make it as quick, easy and painless as possible that I won't find in a manual?
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Old 03-08-2013, 09:17 AM   #3
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What year? My 94 is a whole hub assembly. Foxes are even easier
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I haven't done one on my fox. Wow just realized there was a part on my fox that never need fixed!lol
But I don't think its s big Job. I'm sure the book will guide you just fine.
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87. I've been told it isn't hard, just time consuming.
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Its easy. If your replacing just discard the old ones, drive out the races and install new ones and pack the new bearings and install and adjust. Im assuming you know they're in the rotor and you have to remove it to get to the inner bearing.
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