The best way to do this is with a Repair manual.
I do not have the capability of just "Pasting Something In"
A manual would provide you pics and diagrams.
I can however, type it all in.I'm slow!
Or if you will click on my name and leave me a message and your E-mail in messages (private). Something might come to you soon!
Do you have the tools necessary to perform this task?
It's not too terribly hard, you must get things tightened to the correct specs, or you will trash your new bearings.
I answer a lot here in the CJ 5 & 7 Forums, I usually send pics to assist people.I haven't taken any pics for wheel bearing.
They just Re-Did this Site, I have not checked everything out, if you look around in here, there could be a GENERIC VERSION of doing this task.
I will assist you all I can (see other 5 and 7 posts)
Regardless, you're a Jeep Person, you need a manual anyway, for other emergencies!
Did I mention, I do have a scanner.
Please let me know about your tooling, mechanical skills, so that I might assist you better.
A Chisel or screwdriver, just don't cut it, taking out and installing the BIG NUTS. And you need a Torque Wrench!
HOW BAD ARE YOUR BEARINGS?
I'm not a paid mechanic, but I have only owned and maintained CJ's since I got my driver's license in '81.
I'm a member like you.I just answer more, and I sorta dominate the CJ answers. This is my Hobby.I help, till you are fixed.
What's your take on this?
These are a few of my Jeep Manuals
Tuesday, February 8th, 2011 AT 1:03 AM