Originally Posted by RedHawk47
This is the key to alleviating your problem Bluebull2007. The right side bearing is intended to "float" in it's position in the hub. It looked like you used a socket to press the bearing in - that presses the outer race only. By using a solid tool the presses both the outer and inner races the bearing will stop at the sleeve and the outer race will be in the proper "float" position.
Guys (Redhawk & Joel) youre both quite right, something flat is better suited for the job. However I still think you might be able to load the inner race (of the problem bearing in this thread) with any kind of pressure from the floating side.
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