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Wheel bearing installation

How to install the bearing on the right front passenger side of a 1996 toyota rav 4 2wheel drive, 4 door ?

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Unless you have the proper tools, specifically a large bearing puller, and a press, you would be best advised to take the spindle off, and take it to a machine shop. If you do not have the proper tools, you may damage the hub. very expensive part to replace.

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