on what car?
the bearings on the not driven axle are fairly easy...
for the driven axle...you need a press...to get old bearings out...and
gently press the new ones on.
some experience and the necessary tools
actually, I can't believe all 4 bearings went bad at the same time...
but as far as your question is concerned, YES it is a DIY job with some
have a nice weekend,
Hi... I posted before, but forgot to add what type of car. I have a 1988
I need to have replaced all four of my hub (wheel) bearings. Is this
something for the DIY or dealer type person.
If anyone has instructions please share..
what do you do? sand dune racing? :O)
as said before...front is fairly easy...rear is a little harder with some
experience with presses necessary
ooh..before you repost...why dont you read the posts allready given to your
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