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wheel bearings for the front hubs

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ok the front wheel bearing and in the hubs how are u guys getting the out is it a straight shout thow them like if i go from the 1 side can press them right out or is there some kind of lip or something in the center

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I haven't had them out but I'm sure you just press them from the inside out.
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yaa the inside is bigger then the out so i was just wonder if u could just press them out from the out side in and the back words to put them back in or if there was a lip or something in there that woulsent let u do that

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I'm sure there is a lip for it to seat up agents
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thats what i was thinking but wasent shore and was hopeing there wasent so i figer i would ask just to make shore but man would it be easy to get them in and out if there isent i well just have to do it the hard way and find out 1ce i get the 1 side of 1 of the hubs out i well be able to tell

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well it as all done just press the small 1 out first i stuck a steal rod that just caught the edges of the smaller bearing 1ce u get the small 1 out just press the big 1 out with a socket and press back in and done relay easy only took like 10 min

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Dude, not to be rude, but are you from a foreign country? Your grammar is embarrassing.

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nope just cant spell o0o well such is life if u dont like it then dont bother

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hey now, him duz tri an due a guud job at dis here spellin stuf....but him knot alwaves no how two be spellin' all dems werds! So giv he a brake?!?!....lol

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I did mine following this write up. Worked like a charm! Out in no time. Now for the reassembly.

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