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Procedure to replace rear bearing (outer)

Need a procedure list from chilton etc

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1- remove the wheel.
2-remove the drum brake if it is tight relece the hand brake also loose brake adjusment.
3- remove brake pipe and hand brake connections.
4-on the back you can see 4nuts where barke housing fitted to the exle.
5- dont remove brake shoes.
6-pull the housing from the exle .
after all that remove the housing carefully hold your two hand both sides now you get out all assemply put on the work bench you need specila puller to remove the bearing the brearing is in the back look the front side of the drave shaft the end of the brake housing.
when you remove the old one put new one use the hydrolic pressure.
check the oil seal the end of the exle.

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