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I have a Kia Sorento. For me... it took a sledgehammer to knock it loose. I'm changing my bearings, P and D side. I'm kinda wondering if the bearings come pre-lubed or if it needs additional or simply needs to be lubed. Mine came as sealed bearings.

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Sealed bearings dont need lubed if you can see bearings they need lubed

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