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check the haynes its piss easy. the rear bearing is made up of two bearings though - the front and the back ones. the rear os larger that the front. you will need to press out the outer races which will be a rreally tight fit into the drum bore and replace with the new bearings from there. remember loads of grease and also check the sequence for the rear torque settings as the front bearing is tapered you cant just horse the nut up or the wheel wont turn. it needs to be slackish but tight enough to hold the drum steady.

iirc the haynes says somethin about being able to just move the washer behind the nut and thats it set properly. read it up first.

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