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You don't need fancy pullers to remove the rears...

Just heat up the suspension arm and then tap them out. Should come out relatively easy...

To press it back in, put the bearing in the freezer for a while, heat up the a-arm and push it back in. To get the hub in, getalong piece of all-thread with some big washers and nuts. Works like a charm.

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Old 01-30-2004, 11:16 AM
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