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I just want to know a tricks to change rear bearing by my own without a pull machine

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  • shut20 Oct 06, 2009

    the 2 rears wheel bearing of my audi a4 quattro , i want to change it without press machine, I heard that we can change it with other tool so ,

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    what bearing? u don't say.

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If you are talking about wheel bearings, the trick is to go to AutoZone of some place of that sort and rent a puller. Then you may have the problem of removing the old race and installing a new one along with the bearing. I think that I would invest in a Haynes manual for your specific auto while you are at autozone. It will indicate the procedure, and probably tell you the required tools.
Hope this helps

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