My driver's side rear wheel bearing sounds like groaning death metal. Seems like it's time for me to again embark on the long journey to hell for the 3rd time in my Impreza-owning career--the hell that is rear-bearing replacement without the proper tools.
Anyway, I want to be 100% certain that I install the three black nylon/plastic seals in their proper locations (not totally confident in where they are from the last install). Can anyone help me out with a diagram or some very specific explanation of where each distinct seal is supposed to be seated?
i think my bearings gonna blow. can i order one and paypal you the money. its for a 2004 subaru wrx sti rear. thank you. or send me a number or paypal to [email protected]. do the ball joints have grease fitting that would be fuckin awesome.
It would be a good thing to note that we should be checking the condition of the hub before putting the new inner races on. Specifically looking for fretting, circumferal grooves, hazing/chafing, gouges etc.....
Technicians note that if the inner race does not come out with the hub, the hub should be replaced.
From what I've read about the Koyo bearings, they have a lower axial limit than OEM NTN bearings. Not sure if this PN is the same as the Koyo number I was reading about, but it does bear mentioning.
All that said, I need a kit for the Brighton. Email is following soon!