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hub removal instructions?

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Hey Loren do you have instructions on how to remove the hubs f and rear? I am mainly concerned with the torque settings, as well as the priority of removal of some pieces as I removed the rear hub on my dad's 993tt and it required a lot of prying the aluminum arms to clear out of the holes, :help: which makes me nervious. Thanks Sean

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I thought you had all the tools to do this and that it was only going to take you a couple of hours.

While it is not absolutely necessary, the ball joint tool, part number 9560, makes disassembly a piece of cake.

Ball joint torque is 55 ft-lb, 18mm wrench.

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I do have all the tools and have done the rears on a 993tt before but farmed out the pressing. I just wanted to know the torque on the bolts as well as any specific removal process to make things quicker and reduce the risk of any damage etc. :)

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So I had the bearings replaced and it still makes noise. BTW the bearings didn't spin perfectly so maybe not a bad idea replacing them anyways. What could be making this noise? The tires? I was told that my fronts were cupped would that do it? Any help or suggestions would be appreciated. BTW I am going to make the dealer refund me for 111 bucks for the misdiagnosis.

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