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EVL JUM

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hey guys,

 

when you do you front bearings are you just swapping your bearings out or are you swapping out the whole hub assembly?

 

it seems my bearings are gone on both sides as I can move my wheel around a lot I don't think its normal..

 

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G'day You need to press the old bearings out.pity you are in Perth I would help.

I have one set of OEM mitsubishi front bearings and seals for sale.

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You will need a press and related puller tools.

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I picked up a on hub puller from cashies a while back for around $25. Was happy about that. Its earned its keep too.
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G'day You need to press the old bearings out.pity you are in Perth I would help.

I have one set of OEM mitsubishi front bearings and seals for sale.

Cheers

Ross

 

 

How much you chasing for them?

 

I picked up a on hub puller from cashies a while back for around $25. Was happy about that. Its earned its keep too.

 

Might have to swing pas one day to borrow it :)


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Still need a press and bearing pullers
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ON THE ENGINE STAND. g4cs 2.4l + Gt35r. PLUS: auto conversion + Awd coming.
thanks for parts and help: BMGTZ, EVOCPE, cwolf, Benozi, Jamo-GSR, 1JUM2NV, RXVII..much appreciated, cheers guys.
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ive got a little press dono if that would do it and I could always invest in a bearing puller haha


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Ive done it with just a press and no other special tools. Will be doing a set tomorrow...if you want to see what is involved


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that is tempting Brian, but I don't know if I can make it. but what time do you think you would be doing this?


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serious question but it is dumb haha

 

are the ce lancer front bearings the same as the evo 4 5 6 bearings? trying to find a set online but keep seeing different things


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Evo 1-9 are the same
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Evo 1-9 are the same

 

so are the seals the only difference. I've got my evo 4 knuckle off and noticed its slightly different to the evo/gsr knuckle


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Is your castle nut not taking the slack up properly, either bottoming out or jamming. Something else is wrong if the front wheels wobble about. That is beyond worn bearings
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Are you running 5 stud setup? And later model knuckles??
If so.. here you go. Easiest method...

http://www.ebay.com....tm/292090595043
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Is your castle nut not taking the slack up properly, either bottoming out or jamming. Something else is wrong if the front wheels wobble about. That is beyond worn bearings

 

nut and shaft out I can move the hub left right and up and down

 

 

Are you running 5 stud setup? And later model knuckles??
If so.. here you go. Easiest method...

http://www.ebay.com....tm/292090595043

 

 

yeh evo 4 LCA and 4 or 5 knuckle

 

I thought of that but wheel bearings would of been cheaper. but this way would be far easier haha


Edited by EVL JUM, 28 June 2017 - 11:50 AM.

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You need the nut and shaft in to keep the bearings tight. Or they move out of position and flop about.
That's why if you move a car about without shafts, it doesn't go far.

Rwd conversions need a dummy shaft too.
4g93t jumbuck conversion. PRANGED 18/3/12, CHECK MY MEMBER RIDES Page 11. no serious human injuries.
ON THE ENGINE STAND. g4cs 2.4l + Gt35r. PLUS: auto conversion + Awd coming.
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yeah cant say 100% that the nut was completely tight but from memory it was tight as I could get it. which I normally have the wheels back down by then and tighten it up with a breaker bar


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Cant get much tighter than that ^
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