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Old 06-12-2005, 11:40 PM   #16
Hotrodguru
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Well the only one we had access to was a 20 ton press down one. One thing I've always done is place a little grease on the mating surfaces such as say the bearing outer and hub inner to prevent so much pressure and friction when pressing items. Even with a little grease you'll hear some popping as the hub gets passed the inner and outer races of the bearing.

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Originally Posted by BIGSKYWRX
One other question- according to the FSM the press needed doesn't look like it has to be very powerful (calls for a low torque)- did you find this to be true?
Edited the part of the write-up with big red letters where I removed the CV bands and boots. This step is not necessary and was done only because I need to change out the grease . D_REX (TXIC) recommened the edit to prevent a first timer from thinking this was a necessary step.

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