Question about 1992 Toyota Pickup
No the bearings are not the "sealed bearing" type. they come out and can be repacked. You will need a new inner grease seal as well. Most of the time the outer gaskets are steel gaskets (If they have not previously been changed). I usually just put a THIN coating of silicone on them and reuse them. It depends on your particular hub and rotor assembly - some of the rotors will unbolt from the inside of the hub and can be replaced separately. According to the picture (below) the hub and rotor is serviced as an assembly, but don't take this to heart. AutoZone lists the rotor separately from the hub - CLICK HERE
Posted on May 20, 2011
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