Join Date: Oct 2004
Location: Oakville Ontario
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I've never serviced that particular hub, but I have dealt with a few similar. It's most likely the axle will have shoulders inside the bearing that will drive the bearing out with side impact. Use a hammer of softer material than the axle and hit on the drive side first. I would support the hub flange on the opposite side. ABS drain pipe couplers, available at better home building centers everywhere, work well for this.
Should not require herculean force to move it, but sometimes they stick pretty good. The bearing will be toast after removal.
Last edited by Dan Burkhart; 07-19-14 at 11:39 PM.