b.m.benz at prodigy.net
Thu May 30 22:01:01 EDT 2002
First let me try to decipher your gibberish! You maybe have a Q about
bearing wheel replacement, as the subject line indicates? But I think maybe
not on a Porsche upgraded to UFOs!
You nust have either:
1. Two Audi 20Vs in which you think that all the front wheel bearings are
going South or,
2. One 20V which you believe has two wheel bearings on each front side,
both sides of which are going South?
Multiple choice, 1.or 2.?
My first Q in response: If you are thinking of doing the job yourself and
want to do it right, why are you looking for a means of in situ replacement?
IMO, a flawed plan. Don't fix what ain't broke! That requires detail part
inspection, and lots of other stuff needs PM while you are in there. You
may have to rent or borrow the use of a hydraulic press to do it right, but
In case you missed it, I'll forward my Wheel Bearing Postmortem posting of
last Nov. for your consideration. If explicit Qs, ask.
> From: Steve Crosbie <scrosbie at integraonline.com>
> Date: Thu, 30 May 2002 17:57:23 -0500
> To: 200q20v at audifans.com
> Subject: bearing replacement
> A while ago when I was helping engineer a UFO bolt on porsche
> caliper brake setup (with cut down hubs), someone, I think it was Chris
> Miller mentioned that Audi may have a wheel bearing press to replace
> press on bearings in-situ. Local Audi dealer was of no help and
> Anderson's have no such tool. I was told that Snap On, Mac etc. made a
> wheel bearing press. Any BTDT for this operation. I have 4 ready and
> willing patients who need to have their songs removed (larynxectomy?)
> from the front end! Thanks in advance,
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