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Rear wheel bearings for my 1988 Suzuki Samurai

Are the rear wheel bearings pressed in or do they slide out?????

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  • rangerscott0 May 11, 2010

    They are press on. When getting new bearings there are two options. One is the bearing will come with a seperate spacer ring. Two the bearing will have the spacer built onto the bearing.

    You just need one spacer so if you get the bearings with the spacers built on then you dont need the seperate spacer.


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They are pressed in, not an easy job.

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