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Changing the carrierbearing - 2002 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD

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YOU HAVE TO REMOVE BOTH REAR DRIVE AXLES THEN REMOVE REAR DIFFERENTIAL TO REMOVE CARRIER BEARINGS YOU NEED SPECIAL TOOLS AND EXPERTISE THIS JOB HARD YOU NEED PRECISION MEASURING TOOLS. DIAL INDICATOR YOU NEED A PULLER TO REMOVE CARRIER BEARINGS AND A PRESS TO PRESS BEARING IN THE CARRIER.

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