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Old 05-18-2012, 05:26 PM
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I guess you can buy a bearing/hub assembly. Sounds like it comes with the rotors,the races, inner/outer bearings and gease seals. Either way these will be the parts you'll need if you decide you need to replace the bearings along with the rotors. The races are what the bearings ride on so you will need to seat them inside the rotor where the bearings go. All you need is a hammer and punch to get the race seated in the rotor. If you need to get them out all I use is a crow bar or a big flat head screw driver and hammer to pop them back out. To get the gease seals seated I use a block of wood that covers the seal and hammer to tip it in place.
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