Feedback Score: 2 reviews
Join Date: Jul 2010
I've done bearings on bayou 220 axle,Honda 250x all around, 66 Mustang rear,and alot of heating/air conditioning units. I do'nt usually use special tools for the process. I would look up your quad in the quad manual to view the rears parts then tackle the job. I use a hammer and a black pipe nipple to knock out the old bearings. Use a flat blade screw driver to pull out outter seals. Make sure you remove retaining e-clips,spring clips, that could be retaining the bearing. When you put bearings and seals back in, use a block of wood and hammer to press back in. Or use a large socket to press back in tapping with a hammer. Do Not hit inner bearings or seals when installing.Only hit outter edge of bearings and seals when reinstalling. Do'nt try to bash in those parts in one swing of the hammer.Take your time tapping those parts in. WEAR SAFETY GLASSES!!!!!!!!!!!! You only get two eyes!!!!!!!!