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Easy enough if you've got the tools and know how. Have a read up or check youtube for a vid, someone will have put one on to show you the way. If you've not sure you can handle it. I would whip the wheel out and take it into a work shop.

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Yeah always nice to give away yer hard earned cash to someone who will probably do a crap job on it. :evil:

 

haha easy for you to say, you're the site handy man :raspberry:

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You don't get handy without getting yer hands dirty. Wheel bearings are pi$$ easy to do. Just need a hammer and a drift( piece of tube or bar slightly smaller than bearing inner race. Why give money away??? :roll:

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