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NC-Fordguy
Mon Oct 20 2008, 09:18PM
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Looking for a shop/garage that can press on some axle shaft bearings

Have bearings on hand and shafts sitting on the floor

No Hablos Jeep

If it doesn't make sense, do it
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rockcity
Tue Oct 21 2008, 07:47AM

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just heat them up in some oil on the stove or a hot pot, etc.. they should slide right on.

www.ECORS.com
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gogogadgetbiker
Tue Oct 21 2008, 09:49AM

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I have a press Ed

2002 GMC Sonoma ZR2 SFA
HP D60 front, 5:13's,Chevy brakes, ARB, 35 spline hubs, rotated
GM 14B FF rear 5:13's, Disk, Detroit, 3/8" diff cover
Alcan Waggie 4" front springs and ZR2 4" rear springs
Highsteer/crossover steering, PSC Box
42" IROKs, Eaton 32 Bolt Beadlocks
High Angle Driveshafts
Custom T-case
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NC-Fordguy
Tue Oct 21 2008, 12:24PM
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rockcity wrote ...

just heat them up in some oil on the stove or a hot pot, etc.. they should slide right on.



Is that a good idea for a sealed bearing????

Besides the old ones need to be taken off

No Hablos Jeep

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gogogadgetbiker
Tue Oct 21 2008, 12:44PM

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Come over tonight and we will do it here.

2002 GMC Sonoma ZR2 SFA
HP D60 front, 5:13's,Chevy brakes, ARB, 35 spline hubs, rotated
GM 14B FF rear 5:13's, Disk, Detroit, 3/8" diff cover
Alcan Waggie 4" front springs and ZR2 4" rear springs
Highsteer/crossover steering, PSC Box
42" IROKs, Eaton 32 Bolt Beadlocks
High Angle Driveshafts
Custom T-case
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rockcity
Wed Oct 22 2008, 08:41AM

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NC-Fordguy wrote ...

rockcity wrote ...

just heat them up in some oil on the stove or a hot pot, etc.. they should slide right on.



Is that a good idea for a sealed bearing????

Besides the old ones need to be taken off


shouldn't be too bad as long as you don't cook it. how hot do you think the bearing gets during normal use?


www.ECORS.com
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NC-Fordguy
Thu Oct 23 2008, 08:34PM
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found a shop in Tarboro

BTW...gas is $2.55 there

No Hablos Jeep

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gogogadgetbiker
Thu Oct 23 2008, 10:40PM

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Dude, in the time you spent on here over this I could have had it done.

2002 GMC Sonoma ZR2 SFA
HP D60 front, 5:13's,Chevy brakes, ARB, 35 spline hubs, rotated
GM 14B FF rear 5:13's, Disk, Detroit, 3/8" diff cover
Alcan Waggie 4" front springs and ZR2 4" rear springs
Highsteer/crossover steering, PSC Box
42" IROKs, Eaton 32 Bolt Beadlocks
High Angle Driveshafts
Custom T-case
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