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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
wheel off remove the tin cap in the centure of the hub undo the big nut put the wheel back on with just 2 bolts finger tight so you can pull the hub off.once the hub is off take the 2 wheel bolts back out.now look in side the hub were the big nut was and you will see a sir clip take that out.then use a socket and a bench vice to press the old bearing out.use the socket and bench vice to put the new bearing back in.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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