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The old wheel bearing was takin out but pieces still remain....

I took out the old right wheel bearing out of my 1988 toyota camrey and there is still some pieces or piece stuck inside, and im not sure if the pieces need to be pressed out....

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They will have to come out you can knock them out youself with hammer an chisel

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