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Front Wheel Bearing Replacement

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If you found you have a bad front wheel bearing, this video will show you how to replace it.

Here's the video and Enjoy the Show!

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Excellent. Being the tool junkie I am did I spot a long neck Milwaukee ratchet? Nice!

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Yes, you did spot a long reach M12 ratchet in that video. Love that thing. It was a gift from Rey who we did the motor swap with.

Happy New Year back at ya.

Is it me or has T4R become a bit tame these days? Maybe I miss some of the old regulars I use to see more posts from like yourself. These days, I post a video and it's crickets. Like "Oh that's just Tim posting another video, no big deal." When I post our videos on some Facebook pages, the response is wayyyy better. There just doesn't seem to be the same enthusiasm anymore on this forum for what Sean and I are doing. I'll keep posting my videos here no doubt, but maybe I'll just add them to our master video thread and call it a day.
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As always great Videos guys, Subscribed, really appreciate your level of detail and advice for tackling these repairs, torque specs, tool suggestions and part numbers.. Having a TV in the shop and heat on up here in the great white north gives me a chance to enjoy your channel and plan out work that needs to be done on a 20 year old rig. Even though I've done most of these repairs on my other 2 4R's over the past 15 years, it's great to see what you are doing live and with a ton of info and precautions added.
I think most forums experience a lack of interest when the vehicle gets to 20 and every rubber on the rig begins to breakdown and a lot of issues arise, look at Yotatech, and if you can't do this work yourself, it becomes cost prohibitive to pay someone to do the work, and overwhelming even with these videos to tackle yourself and people get discouraged and move on to a newer rig, perhaps rust being another major motivator. Then you have people like myself that keep everything forever and know that the 1990-2000 era in Japan was the best over engineered vehicles that came out while retaining there simplicity and well worth keeping, I'm sure not many will realize this until it's to late. I was on a club for 1gen 1990-1994 DSM's and at 20 years it was like a switch, everyone was gone and modded there cars to the point of no return, mind you this group was mostly poor 1st time cars owners that ruined the vehicle and did a lot of terrible mods.
Thank you for your contribution to fix 4R's correctly, I'm sure you've saved many a 4R from the crusher!
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Yes, you did spot a long reach M12 ratchet in that video. Love that thing. It was a gift from Rey who we did the motor swap with.

Happy New Year back at ya.

Is it me or has T4R become a bit tame these days? Maybe I miss some of the old regulars I use to see more posts from like yourself. These days, I post a video and it's crickets. Like "Oh that's just Tim posting another video, no big deal." When I post our videos on some Facebook pages, the response is wayyyy better. There just doesn't seem to be the same enthusiasm anymore on this forum for what Sean and I are doing. I'll keep posting my videos here no doubt, but maybe I'll just add them to our master video thread and call it a day.
I would guess Tim it is twofold. One, at least on the 3rd gen board here, the number of 3rd gens on the road is decreasing. I guess at 116,000 miles on mine I am in it for the long haul unless someone comes along with a large wad of cash and a trailer. Two has to be due to COVID. GF has lost three of her co-nurses in the country so trying to keep everything in a somewhat normal stasis has been a challenge. In 2020 I probably wrenched less than I have in thirty years, or since I got my driver’s license.

Still a huge cheerleader/watcher here if for nothing more than to see what changes in the garage each video.

On the tool front, picked up Milwaukee’s new mid torque 3/8 impact. I am going to see if will remove the crank bolt on the 5vz when I have to change the water pump (Aisin pump has a wobble in it).
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Thanks for the good videos Tim!

What is the best way to tell you have a bad wheel bearing? Closing in on 300K miles so something I am starting to be conscious of.
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^it would be easy to tell you, or you could watch the video They have kindly made and posted a link for discussing your very question.
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Yes, Tim, Please keep posting. Maybe we just take you for granted now, sorry to say. You have saved my ass MULTIPLE times. Thank you!
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Yes, you did spot a long reach M12 ratchet in that video. Love that thing. It was a gift from Rey who we did the motor swap with.

Happy New Year back at ya.

Is it me or has T4R become a bit tame these days? Maybe I miss some of the old regulars I use to see more posts from like yourself. These days, I post a video and it's crickets. Like "Oh that's just Tim posting another video, no big deal." When I post our videos on some Facebook pages, the response is wayyyy better. There just doesn't seem to be the same enthusiasm anymore on this forum for what Sean and I are doing. I'll keep posting my videos here no doubt, but maybe I'll just add them to our master video thread and call it a day.
I am suspecting 2020 was hard on everyone. I know I worked alot less on my fleet of Toyotas last year then I normally do.

@RandyBobandy learning how to weld and tinker's with me when he can.

I suspect that about half of the 3rd gens would be destroyed via wrecks and rooted out by now. So if we say half or gone, that's less around.

The main culprit is the Rona and how all these states governors acted. As it's a mess and I am sure all of us by now know of folks that passed on from it. Young and old alike.

The year just stunk. I hoping this years better but time will tell on this one..:/

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As always great Videos guys, Subscribed, really appreciate your level of detail and advice for tackling these repairs, torque specs, tool suggestions and part numbers.. Having a TV in the shop and heat on up here in the great white north gives me a chance to enjoy your channel and plan out work that needs to be done on a 20 year old rig. Even though I've done most of these repairs on my other 2 4R's over the past 15 years, it's great to see what you are doing live and with a ton of info and precautions added.
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What is the best way to tell you have a bad wheel bearing? Closing in on 300K miles so something I am starting to be conscious of.
Like @Malcolm99 said, watch the very beginning of the video after I get done blabbing the intro out and you'll see how to check if you have a bad wheel bearing.
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I would guess Tim it is twofold. One, at least on the 3rd gen board here, the number of 3rd gens on the road is decreasing. I guess at 116,000 miles on mine I am in it for the long haul unless someone comes along with a large wad of cash and a trailer. Two has to be due to COVID. GF has lost three of her co-nurses in the country so trying to keep everything in a somewhat normal stasis has been a challenge. In 2020 I probably wrenched less than I have in thirty years, or since I got my driver’s license.

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Yep, I imagine Covid has something to do with it. I actually wrenched a fair amount last year but is was a bit difficult at first to find willing participants to come over and film a job.

Did you notice the welder I have in my garage now? That was my big purchase for 2020.

People hit me up for help on jobs quite a bit and I turn most of them down because we've already filmed the job they need help with and I don't want to get burnt out turning wrenches. But, at one point I was so bored and not filming anything that I did the valve cover gasket job with this guy who flies choppers for the Coast Guard. I said, what the hell, come on over and we'll get it done. I let him do most of the wrenching and I just instructed him so he could learn and get the experience. I also did a rear axle seal/bearing job which included doing the rear brakes as well for another guy. Both guys I charged nothing for my time. The caveat was I'm not going to be turning wrenches with a mask on my face. Anyone willing to come over had to understand that.

The big accomplishment for 2020 for our channel was performing the engine swap. That was a ton of work. I housed Rey and his buddy Joe at my house for 4 nights. They trailered Rey's 4runner all the way from Tempe, Arizona.

So, things are cranking along pretty good for Sean and i and we have plenty of things to share on our channel.

Let me know how that 3/8" Milwaukee impact works out. I was looking at that as well. Happy New Year!
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@RandyBobandy learning how to weld and tinker's with me when he can.

I suspect that about half of the 3rd gens would be destroyed via wrecks and rooted out by now. So if we say half or gone, that's less around.

The main culprit is the Rona and how all these states governors acted. As it's a mess and I am sure all of us by now know of folks that passed on from it. Young and old alike.

The year just stunk. I hoping this years better but time will tell on this one..:/

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