DIY GUIDE: Wheel Hub/Bearing Removal no Press with bonus Alien Spider

Discussion in 'Honda D-Series' started by h22betterthank20, Saturday 19th Aug, 2017.

  1. h22betterthank20 Club Member ★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆

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    Hey just thought id share my method for seperating the hub from bearing.
    This is not a new method but i was chuffed it worked with me.

    Tools needed:

    Jack
    Trolley jack pole
    Hammer
    30mm socket or other size

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    Bolt the full steering nuckle down onto something tight. Support the other side of the nuckle with the jack.
    Sit the trolley jack pole in the bearing and hammer away, mines came out in under 30 secs.
    If you don't have a trolley jack pole try the 30mm socket.


    [ Bolted onto a pallet with coach screws but a bench and g-clamp shud work ]
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    [ Be sure to leave enough clearance for the hub to drop out ]
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    [ 30mm socket with the trolley jack pole on it wasent doing the trick ]
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    [ This was perfect ]
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    [ The result ]
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    Heres you bonus pic: Alien spider in air filter

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  2. SpeedyGee Club Manager Club Staff

    England Speedy Birmingham
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    Nice use of a pallet and good job.

    Always satisfying to get a tough job done easily.
     
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  3. h22betterthank20 Club Member ★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆

    Scotland anon ano falkirk
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    thanks bud, theres always a tool for the job.
     
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  4. bkevbush New Member Getting Started

    might work some of the time i broke concrete trying to remove mine.i asked a guy with more experience and he said knock out the centre(easy part)then use a mig welder to weld around inside bearing about two or three rings.it will then cool contracting the bearing which then drops out easy