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Whel Bearings how do I replace the wheel bearings on my 91 capri? Are they pressed in or can I just repack them? Also I can't get the nut off the get to them. How can I get that off with out damaging anything?

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    Yea how do you change them?

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All things Capri are at //www.techcapri.com/
The manuals are there - check them out ...

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