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Replacing 1988 toyota 4 wheel drive truck rear end wheel bearing

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You do not not a press for this job. Good old fashion elbow grease and a block and sledge work fine. Be careful not to mushroom head the spindle though, total pain in the *** job but pretty simple.

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The rear wheel bearings are sealed units, that are pressed on the axel. you must have a press to get them off or on.

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