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    Hi guys, do front wheel bearings have to be pressed into place like on front wheel drive cars?
    How big a job are they to do?

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    I presume it's for a e36 318is on a 1995 plate? Will help if you do post what car as I've lost my crystal ball ......

    If it is indeed the e36 then you will be glad to know that it comes as a new hub with bearing built in, nice and easy to replace, ensure you tighten the bearing nut to the correct torque

    If you can enter the car details in the thread title next time it will help us greatly, any more questions though just ask.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronnie View Post
    I presume it's for a e36 318is on a 1995 plate? Will help if you do post what car as I've lost my crystal ball ......

    If it is indeed the e36 then you will be glad to know that it comes as a new hub with bearing built in, nice and easy to replace, ensure you tighten the bearing nut to the correct torque

    If you can enter the car details in the thread title next time it will help us greatly, any more questions though just ask.
    Thanks very much, sos forgot to mention model, you got it spot on!
     
     

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