Question about 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix
The hubs and the bearings will be sold as a unit or 1 item. the reason for this is the bearing is pressed into the hub and is not designed to be greased once it has been installed ( sealed bearing) you could track down the bearing part number and contact the bearing company directly and then find a shop that could try to remove your old bearings with out doing damage to the hub and then press your new ones in for you but with the entire unit being around $150.00 on avg new, the amount of time you'd pay to have this done would out weigh any benefit I would think. you could try it yourself if you have a press, but what do you think your time is worth? you would have 4 or 5 hours into this thing if its your first time and you dont know how to set up the press or have the press tools. not trying to discourage you I just have went through this myself years ago, because I HAD to and its a pain. Good luck and let me know MrRodneyLong@Gmail.com
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
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