MrArcee52: How far do you screw the bolts back in? Thanks.
1000km/week: Great way to rid yourself of stress caused by your job. Just don't do it on every video, lol. Cheers
Jason Friend: Love the accent Helped me lighten up after working on trying to get the dang hub assembly off. :-)
ronald dipietro: when you put the two lower bolts back in...how far do you put them in
Robert Hill: 05 chevy equinox. I did this and a bunch of pounding. both of my axles broke and now the car is pulling right and left tire squeals when turning left. ever hear of this or is it just my luck?
iztheterrible: ha ha . whats with the comical voice ?
James Op: can i reuse the wheel bearing if all i need to do is create enough space to add wheel stud? in other words will this process damage my wheel bearing?
Glenn Colassi: Just used this method on a 2004 Yukon. Worked excellent!
Thomas MacLeod: I got the hub loosened, but the bearing is mated to the splines for life. How can I get them apart?!
Galaxy500: Brian YOU ARE THE MAN Thank you very much had my truck off the ground and tried to get hub assembly off . so looked up how and came across your video worked Like a charm............... Thanks again plus very funny ...
Paul Hanson: Too complex, and your accent doesn't make it easier to understand rather than distracting to figure out whats going on. .
Shane Canipe: thanks alot brutha, you helped with my problem and gave me a much needed laugh in the process!!! now i will send the new wheel bearing to its home!!!
Lee Curtis: Thank you very much for your tutorial on removing rusted wheel bearings using the power steering, much easier than setting up a puller or other means. Really appreciate you sharing this.
Jack Wallace: your accent makes watching this video unbearable
jim dandy: AMAZING idea Brian- I am doing my 96 ZJ and just bought some bolts at lowes to thread in and hammer on to get it out that way- I have NEW Mopar 13 MM 12 point knuckle bolts due to serious rust and was lucky to even get them out
hawk7825: Worked like a charm, thx B rye.
wwyl: first of all great video. I have a question about wheel bearing. what is it that cause the wheel bearing go bad? I've had replaced the same bearing(front driver side)3 times now. and it seems only last couple of years before I need to change it again. it's a 2007 honda pilot has 115k miles. it has been driving on snowy condition. thank you in advance
moparmania86: This is awesome. But I'm not sure it would work around where I live. Things here get waaaaaay stuck. Buffalo NY... Usually the only way to get bearings out especially gm ones is to go psychotic with a 4 pound sledge and a hub buster. About 30 minutes later you might be half way there....
Juan Ruiz: lifesaver! thanks. oh and awesome voice by the way lol
Aaron Bryant: worked amazing. used to dread doing my hubs. popped right out.... couldn't believe it! much thanks!
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