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Old 05-24-2022, 09:07 PM   #6
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2001 SC2
Default Re: Right rear wheel-bearing replacement

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Originally Posted by quickster View Post
Also, 65 ft/lbs seems like a lot of torque on this size of bolt.
Correction: The 10mm hex head is tiny for the bolt size.
If the head was sized properly to the bolt it'd be 13-14mm.

You can usually hammer the bearing out from the inside once the bolts are removed but they could be too rust seized to the knuckle for that to work.
Removing the shoe & hardware shouldn't be required but if you choose the hammer route is probably a good idea.
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