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Originally Posted by DiamondAge
Thanks johnmax - I had worked through that thread already. Lots of information about bearings going bad, being bad, what parts to use, what dealers charge, but no real discussion of how to actually do it, a least not for the rear bearings.
Due to the lack of response and lack of online information it would seem rears going bad are a rare thing and this is a DIY procedure no one attempted. Fronts must relatively be a piece of cake; lots of information on those. I am resigned to the fact that I probably need to remove the entire half shaft assembly to accomplish this, and it may not be within my comfort zone to get that far into the suspension.
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