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Rear Bearings


Best Answer stef123, 10 March 2014 - 09:34 AM

It wouldnt knock off it was that rusted trust me we whacked it in the end he disconnected the abs sensor and handbrake removed the shoes took the backing plate and hub off then in a vice whacked the hub from the rear and it came out an extra 10 mins of work

I'm confused now.. Surely to get the backing plate off the hub/stub axle must be removed as it's sandwiched in the middle? As far as I know the hub and stub axle are a one piece assembly on the mk2, is that right? Unlike the mk1 where you could replace the bearing atleast! Go to the full post

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#16 martyntdci


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Posted 10 March 2014 - 06:43 PM

glad you got it sorted mate.... well done

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