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1998 Mercury Mountaineer wheel bearing What tools are needed to change the front wheel bearing on a four wheel drive.

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2x2 = nothing special since they are old fashion tapered bearings

4x4 = nothing special again BUT the wheel bearing is part of the hub assembly!

Posted on May 19, 2010

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