Raindog 75: Great video. If you don't have the race installation tool I use a brass punch which is also good for removal as the softer metal won't scratch the surface that mates with the races.
james morrell: Thank you so much I used your video to repair a friend of mines 1976 Chevrolet Malibu classic.
sep finlander: thanks' mate on the video changing wheel bearing's help a lot.
moebiscuits: Duuuude...you have no idea how much time and money you just saved me. Thanks so much for this video!
charlie williams: hey dude great video,job very well done ,thanks a bunch
bigben3s: do you have a video for the full size trucks
Melissa Ibarra: I was about to take mine to the shop for the racer removal...thanks alot bruh...
Justin Burroughs: Thanks so much for saving me money! It feels awesome to fix your own ride!!
1A Auto Parts: HI James, We carry new brake pad and rotor kits on our website with FREE SHIPPING in the lower 48 states. You would need to pack the bearings and place them into the new rotors. 1aauto.com 888-844-3383
Jesse James: hi, i have a 95 sonoma 2wd. i bought it cheap and didnt realize it needed alot of work now im fixing the front end finally i need pads and rotors and wheel bearings, do the bearings come preloaded in the rotors? just pack with grease and replace the whole thing?
1A Auto Parts: We carry new hub bearings on our website 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
Jon Steffin: Hello, I have an S10 that the hub fell apart on the road. So I am missing a bunch of parts. Is there a rebuild kit I can get?
sdboesenberg: HOLY MOLY!!!! Been looking for hours now for a video like this. I can finally get my dad's truck finished. First time doing bearings. No other video mentioned that the new rotors had the race installed. That was my biggest hang-up. Thank you so much for posting this. It is the exact truck my dad has and your instructions were super awesome! I cannot say thank you enough, but THANK YOU!
1A Auto Parts: The bearings for the blazer are not in the rotors but are instead a separate hub and bearing combo.
1A Auto Parts: yes the set up is very similar. You might find that there are different bolts holding everything together but the concept of the bearing being in the actual rotor is the same.
jaker196: Would this be the same for a 91 s10?
Francesca Johnson: lower ball joint
1A Auto Parts: Thanks for watching. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
CubNole: My '93 just clocked 208,000 miles with the original wheel bearings....I think I'll do this on my day off today. Also, very helpful videos. Thanks for helping us out.
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