Question about 2001 Subaru Forester
Hi these are pressed into place inside the hub so the actual bearing needs a press to install it, but you can remove the hub etc yourself to make job a bit cheaper, just unbolt wheel, remove brake disk via the 2xbolts and possibly the abs sensor and anything else in the way (certain models have diff setups) and drop into a garage, then repeat to install. If you have hub removed and ready to go yourself you will usually save around $250 hope this helps
Posted on Apr 13, 2011
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