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Old 03-15-2014, 07:18 PM
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Default Rear wheel bearing SST

Anyone central Denver have the rear wheel bearing SST for a 93 80 series I could borrow at some time in the next few few weeks? Thx
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Old 03-15-2014, 11:36 PM
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Are you talking about the one used to adjust your parking brake? Like this: http://store.snapon.com/Automotive-B...--P636129.aspx

If so I have one in my tool box and you can use it on the pre-run.
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Are you talking about the one used to adjust your parking brake?
Brakes? claerly I wrote wheel bearings.
need more sleep
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Screw driver trick: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5lmQE3_oiNQ
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I have one Daniel. Not sure if it's different for a 93 vs a 96. Mud reports say they break as often as they are used, and I haven't used mine yet, so good luck with the roulette game
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Mine broke first time I used it
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cool video. I like the editing. Great trick to press in new races.

Have any of you used sealant on the outer gasket and cone washers?

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I have one Daniel. Not sure if it's different for a 93 vs a 96. Mud reports say they break as often as they are used, and I haven't used mine yet, so good luck with the roulette game
I now remember that even when we had the wheel bearing packing party at Slee I was advised to use the screwdriver method. I guess I'll do that.
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do you have an impact driver for the phillips screws? that's the only SST that I'd consider required for this job.
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I use Loctite on my cone washers and nuts.

My phillips head screws came out no hassle, no impact driver needed.
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I always used screwdrivers on my HZJ75 (same setup as an FZJ80 FF rear). And after you've done enough front bearings with the torque wrench and the fish scale you get enough of a feel for how tight to go with the screwdrivers.
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