Re: [DML] Re: To replace or not to replace...
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Re: [DML] Re: To replace or not to replace...



I'll second Rich's statement about the bearings.  Mine
were worn out also.

You'll need a press to get the old ones out, but a tip
for getting the new ones in easier (for either front
or rear) is to put the bearings in the freezer
overnight.  (Wrap them up good or your wife may not be
too happy with you.)  The the cold will cause them to
contract enough to make them all but drop right in. 
As for the front hub or rear carrier, I've heard of
some people putting them in the oven to heat them up
and make them expand, but I didn't find that
necessary.  If it's a good sunny day, just set them in
the sun and that should be plenty.



Steve

VIN 2650 ("Project Delorean")
www.projectdelorean.com

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