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Depends on if they have to be pressed in, and if it's a hub assembly. U will have to remove the tire and caliper then the rotor and pull the hub. Then you should be able to knock it out and press the other back in. Or just unholy, if it's an assembly and bolt new one in. I suggest taking to a shop if you aren't experienced.
Posted on Mar 28, 2015
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