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rear wheel bearings ?
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apexuk
PostPosted: Sat May 12, 2012 2:13 am Up
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Hi there anyone got a decent guide to change rear wheel bearing guide i have looked through but cannot find one in how to's ?

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2bh in most cases if the wheel bearing goes on the back you'll need a new axle as it scores the shaft I think if you have the time/space to strip it down you can see whats your best option.

Or just get a 2nd hand axle off someone breaking the same car as yours and it's a straight swap.

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wheel bearing is not axle bearing....

disc brake has an integrated hubs and bearing

on drum brake you can press the old one out and press in a new one.

 
 

 

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i have forgot which washers go first what a ding bat old bearing to left new to right

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If you are careful, you can use a hammer to put the new bearing in the drum. I just use the outer shell of the old bearing to protect the new one from damage while it's knocked in.

Don't forget to get a new hub nut too. These should be replaced every time the drum is taken off. Torque the hub nut up to 200Nm.

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yeah i can do that its the washers i forgot how they go on i know the rubber goes on the rear but forgot the rest its the metal cup washer i forgot where some kits dont even have them do i even need it ?
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The circlip goes on the outside edge and the hub seal ring (below circlip in picture) goes on the inside (nearest brake shoes)
The washer 2nd down on the left is what your hub nut tightens against.
Not too sure where the rubber washer goes though.

From outside, hub nut, hub nut washer, circlip, bearing, hub seal ring.

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My bad, I didn't Know that I've only ever had rear discs.
 

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Watch this, there is 3 parts altogether. Hope it helps

youtu.be/48eP5KZdSFs

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new rear wheel bearings have been fitted had them pressed in properly by a mechanic friend. But car rear lifts when reversing slightly as if there's alittle resistance no weird noise or anything just seems strange to me ? is this normal until the bearings have been worn in or what ever
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Sounds normal... whn you go forwards the rear drops, sounds pretty standard that it'd raise when going backwards
 
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feels like a slight resistance thanks for the replys
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Rear brakes incorrectly adjusted or shoe linings coming unstuck if its drums on the rear.
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yeah drums on rear has had new brake shoes put on by a mate then i realized the handbrake was not working at all after he had gone home so i just tightened the handbrake cable now it works fine but you could be wright about the adjusters i would of done them myself but i had to go out wish i had not now
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The rear shoe auto adjusters need to be cleaned / lubed / set up correctly BEFORE adjusting the handbrake cable Wink
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