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Old 09 September 2014, 14:45   #11
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either very brave..or the slave doesn't read this forum
Thanx for those vids -great stuff
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Old 13 January 2015, 19:36   #12
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Thanks for the vids. You make it look so easy.

I have bought a set of Knott sealed for life bearings to replace on my trailer. i have only ever done tapered bearing before. Am i going to need a hoofing great hydraulic press to get these out?

I have a set of shoes, and some stainless cables to fit too.
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Old 14 January 2015, 15:40   #13
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if you have a fridge and an oven you are halfway there!

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Old 14 January 2015, 16:11   #14
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[QUOTE=dubrus;663341]if you have a fridge and an oven you are halfway there!
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Arh i saw that video already. Those bearings are on a car. Are they the similar to this?
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a bearing is a bearing dude.

if you don't have a press then you need to resort to such techniques.

with that said, i am sure a local engineering shop would press a bearing for you for a few beer coupons.

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Sometimes saltwater trailers can be a little more difficult to extract without the press etc but usually they can be persuaded.


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Thanks All.

I have this weekend penciled for the job.
Freezer and oven at the ready!
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