Thaddeus Endriga: Just tried this on my Denali and it worked PERFECTLY....Just need to find your own push points.
Dawn Ullmann: Thank you. You helped us out a lot, it worked.
Nicola Caprini: Check out this vide on
Steven Godbey: After giving up on the cave man method with a slide hammer. I found your tip. Thanks, the accent helped.
Glenn Taft: Hi Brian, This does look really cool. I live in Minnesota and have a 2000 Chevy Venture that has bad front hubs with lots of rust. Can I use this method on my Venture, or does it have rack n pinion?
Debbie Koepfle: hello i have a baja mini bike and dont know how to take off the back hub can you please help me?
dan ng: Thank Brian! Cool guy, good tip
mark doe: great video!! but when the bearing assembly came out the abs sensor the back side of the bearing housing stayed in the knuckle. I wasn't sure if you have run into this and if so if you any tricks to get it out. thank you!!
Nick B: You sound like Tex Grebner lol
Jacob Chatterton: Thank you Brian for the excellent tip. Would this work on a 2005 Chevrolet Uplander? Not sure if it has rack and pinion steering or not.
Scott Johnson: If I was tom cruise, you would be Renee Zelweger. You are a brilliant SOB and you complete me.
Yury Kirillov: " Drunk " video
Josh Kerby: Please tell me that is not his real voice.
Jose Bezares: Thank you very much! I had called it a night after a lot of caveman, when I found your video. I got up early and was able to get it done by myself this morning. now back to plowing.
Daryl Cesal: Dude, thanks a ton! I was exhausted and lost and gave you tube a last shot. You saved my life and 300 bucks. Worked like a champ!!! thank you!!!!!
William Tyson: Dude I needed that. Thanks man. BTW the accent made me feel a little better too. Lol
Billy Smith: SWEET!!!……..I have the same problem on a Dana 60 4 bolt…….wonder if I can use the same process?….be back in a sec to try it out
Ole Toddster: I have a 1999 Chrysler Town And Country w/AWD that needs two rear hub assembly replacement. Yes the hub assembly and knuckle are always rusted together and very hard to remove the old hub off the front or rear knuckle. Your idea works great for the front but not the rear hub assembly. Sorry to say the best way to remove a rusty hub assembly is powerful air tools one is a air hammer and the other is a good air gun to remove the rusty bolts but not all the way out keep the bolts in it's threads just like you explained in the video take your air hammer in back the bolts and one at a time air hammer the hub assembly out and clean the rusty area for the new hub assembly. Best to luck to anyone do this work lol
Jae Quan: For all of you that had this blow over your heads...
He's apparently either mocking the Expert Village videos or thats just his silly way of being weird publicly.
scott powell: DUDE THANKS!!!! That work perfect I trying for 12 hours before I saw your video. Wish I saw it three day ago.... Thanks again!!!
How to remove a rusted wheel hub bearing assembly the easy way.5
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