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front wheel bearing install?

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Hey Loren do you happen to have instructions on how to install the wheel bearings? I had them pressed in and out at the local machine shop for my dad's 993tt so I can do that. I just wanted to know the dissasembly etc. with torque settings as well and how entailed it is. Thanks as always. Sean

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Is this something that I can do by myself btw? By looking at the PET it appears that it could be. Let me know what you think as I am not about paying 850 bucks for the dealer to do it and saving on the machine shop might be nice too. Do I need to remove the hub completely? I just had the alignment done so it would be great if not. Thanks Loren. Sean

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  • 1 year later...

Would it be possible to use a hydraulic puller in reverse?

Theoretically there's no reason it wouldn't work, it's just a case of how you would gain purchase from the rear of the leg. It may be possible to make up a clamping bracket if you have access to a machine shop.

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