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Old 10-09-2019, 12:12 PM #526
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Awesome, thank you for passing that along, I will look into that once I have a press in my shed. Do you still have the tool? What's your ETA for being completed with it?
I've still got it, and I'm all done. It's all packed up and ready to be sent to the next person. I included a 4"x4" square steel piece and a couple pvc pieces I bought just for this job.
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Was asking around here in Birmingham, for labor, I'm being quoted $280 for disassembling & reassembling both rear axles. Does that sound like a fair price?
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One of my rear axle snap rings is lose around the axle....if it snaps in place and just isn't snug is it still good to use or does it need to be dead on tight and not be able to spin around the shaft with your hand. There is no slack....it doesn't rattle around it's not tight lol

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Sounds like a fair price to me assuming your are getting both rear axle wheel bearings done, they are pressing off abs ring (if equipped) and retainers, and flipping the outer retainer during install for best seal with the redesigned axle seals.
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Sounds like a fair price to me assuming your are getting both rear axle wheel bearings done, they are pressing off abs ring (if equipped) and retainers, and flipping the outer retainer during install for best seal with the redesigned axle seals.
While flipping the retainer is a good idea, it really doesn't have any actual benefit besides possibly giving you more room to work with. You still need to do a witness mark and ensure the seal is riding correctly.
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While flipping the retainer is a good idea, it really doesn't have any actual benefit besides possibly giving you more room to work with. You still need to do a witness mark and ensure the seal is riding correctly.
That's correct. I chose to flip the retainer in order to center the witness mark while maintaining the same clearance between retainer and axle housing prior to retainer flip. I didn't want to place the retainer any further inboard than necessary.
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I wish shops around seattle charged 280 for the labor. I figure the HF press is 144 right now and the SST is $110. Can't go wrong buying both even if it was just for one job.
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When I did my bearings CarQuest changed $40 each axle to press on and off. Call around for a better deal.
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