Originally Posted by Motoriley
If you want to take the right side bearing out you slide a rod in through from the other side, the left, through the hub. You can't push a bearing "in" only out.
Ok, So I just looked at the assembly again.
Am I hitting the left side bearing inwards in order to knock the right side bearing out? Should I put a large socket on the left side bearing and hammer it in, pushing the right side bearing out, along with the spacer?
I looked inside, through the bearing(s) and spacer, and it's entirely smooth, so there's no lip or any where to hit the opposite side bearing out from inside.
Sorry, just don't want to jack up my hub or spacer, so I wanna make sure I do it right the first time. And just to reiterate, this is for the Front wheel.