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Rear wheel bearing - Integra

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by wanderinman, May 5, 2005.

  1. wanderinman

    wanderinman Senior Member

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    I have a rear wheel bearing that needs to be replaced on my 96 integra. Since the rear bearing comes as a whole hub assembly, does it not need to be pressed? If not, can it be done in my driveway, or are there more specialized tools I'm going to need.
     
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    92dxhatch Senior Member

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    i think it needs to be presse in, i'm about 80% sure on this, you could have a shop press em in, and you could put the hubs on to save money. good luck
     
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    wanderinman Senior Member

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    Well, you can't buy just a rear wheel bearing, it comes with the hub assembly (the fronts you can buy as just a wheel bearing) so I'm assuming this is already pressed in... someone who knows please post.
     
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    92civicb18b1 The Trisexual

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    if you're getting the whole assembly then no it's already "assembled" so it should be a bolt on.

    Removing the hubs are pretty easy.

    You may need to have some new studs pressed in though.
     
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