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Torch, grinder, Jack hammer, then a chisel. I can't see you spending more than 3 hours total on this. It's a complete housing. Sealed bearings tend to fail randomly. I think this set-up should last a few more years. I would just buy another set as a backup incase they other side decides to go out later.


Hey Pedram,

Long time we met or spoke. How are you and howz your wife.

I was thinking to buy another one as well as a back up. If its rusted it might take 3 hrs i guess, if not in 2hrs :)

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Socket is cheap at harbor freight ... Get deep one. Kragen/o'reilly rents torque wrench and hub puller for free. Just make sure you get 250 lb/ft wrench - not the smaller one. Big breaker bar from harbor freight is also a good idea ...

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I can loan you a 32mm socket and breaker bar; bigger as well if you need. I only have torque wrenches to 150 lbs though, so I can't help with that.

I can bring them down to the MORG this Saturday, or I can toss them in the van and bring them with me next week. I'll be working in Oakland and Sausalito.

Let me know what you need - there's a fair chance I'll have it.

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You can rent tools from most auto shops. It's free when you return it.

Those bearings have a left and right application. So just remember to label it.

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I can loan you a 32mm socket and breaker bar; bigger as well if you need. I only have torque wrenches to 150 lbs though, so I can't help with that.

I can bring them down to the MORG this Saturday, or I can toss them in the van and bring them with me next week. I'll be working in Oakland and Sausalito.

Let me know what you need - there's a fair chance I'll have it.


Thanks Don. I cant make it MORG as my bearing is out. Have to change this weekend. Wil try to rent and do it this weekend if not will ping you next week for the tools i need.

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You can rent tools from most auto shops. It's free when you return it.

Those bearings have a left and right application. So just remember to label it.


Hey Peed,

What do you mean by left and right application? I actually got the complete hub with bearing. As far as i know hub is same for both fronts. Am i missing something here?

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Hub assembly or housing? The bearings don't care which direction they go. But bolts do. If it's a housing that bolts on you need left and right. But if it's a complete bearing then you might need a press to force the bearing into the housing. Which in that case means you need more tools and two of the same parts. I'm free today if your home. Text me or call.... Send a bird.... Tweet.... Oh I don't tweet.

Post pictures so I can see what your up against.

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Hub assembly or housing? The bearings don't care which direction they go. But bolts do. If it's a housing that bolts on you need left and right. But if it's a complete bearing then you might need a press to force the bearing into the housing. Which in that case means you need more tools and two of the same parts. I'm free today if your home. Text me or call.... Send a bird.... Tweet.... Oh I don't tweet.

Post pictures so I can see what your up against.


Hey Ped,

I came late today from work. Just saw your message. I got the part today, if you are free tomorrow or Friday lemme know will meet you.

Thanks.

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Maybe Thursday after work.

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Thaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaank You Pedram. Without you today i dont know how long it would have took to change my bearing. You are the man.

Thanks Again. See you all at MORG . Pedram have all the pictures and write up things to do and not to do and things to take care and tools needed before you start working on your hub change.

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Hi,

I will be heading to Hollister tomorrow morning if anyone wants to join. Sorry for the late post but if you have no plans and want to join.

I plan to be there around 10:30.

Antonio


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Don't blow your bags again.... Have fun

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What, can't get enough of playing in the mud?

Can't make it myself - this weekend is tax time for me. Ugh.

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I just wanted to test my new suspension. It did really good. I am sure once i get the 33 in tires on it, it will do better.

It didn't rain while I was there, so i stayed away from the mud. :-)

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oohhh....you got lucky. It's been raining up here all day. Pretty hard occasionally.

I think I still have mud in my driveway from the last trip to Hollister!

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(Woops, I had to edit this because I thought it was tomorrow - Sunday - duh on my part)

As Don said above, it was pretty muddy for the last MORG. My BFGs are great in most terrain, but they stink in that thick, deep mud. It was a bit scary sliding around near the old obstacle course. :)

Have fun and stay safe..... will you go to the next MORG?
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I think I still have mud in my driveway from the last trip to Hollister!


I do!! And in nooks and crannies on the truck too... Ugh! Still smile when I think of "drifting" all around the Old course :-) hahhaa

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I do!! And in nooks and crannies on the truck too... Ugh! Still smile when I think of "drifting" all around the Old course :-) hahhaa


My underside was pretty caked with mud, even though I did not quite do the drifting like you and Don. I actually highly recommend CA Auto Detail over near you in Redwood City. I had them steam clean my undercarriage and it came out awesome. I wanted a good cleaning before installing my new sliders/skids.
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My underside was pretty caked with mud, even though I did not quite do the drifting like you and Don. I actually highly recommend CA Auto Detail over near you in Redwood City. I had them steam clean my undercarriage and it came out awesome. I wanted a good cleaning before installing my new sliders/skids.


I bet you got your money's worth after that. Drifting was a blast - no doubt. And the reminders are all around me ;-)

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I bet you got your money's worth after that. Drifting was a blast - no doubt. And the reminders are all around me ;-)


Mine still has the mud .....

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