Nick M: Job would be easier and faster with an electric impact gun. Just a suggestion.
javier m: wouldnt it be cheaper to take it to a shop than buying all those tool sets? how often does these bearings go bad?
Romulan112: I would of used a 3/4 drive 24 inch long breaker bar to free the axle nuts. Not good to break nuts with a ratchet.
Keith Lapere: Nothing like having miscellaneous tools for getting the job done. Always a good investment if you do a lot of cars.
Lee Paris: Great video, I have a question for you. How do I know if it is the front or the rear bearing or hubs?
auto uk: hi can u send me tool link i wana buy thanks ..i just wana replace plate my one not hold shose
MrJohnsonx3:3:35 throw some anti seize on the mating surface of the rotor before install. will make removal way easier
Extremerecluse: Anti seize also works wonders
Extremerecluse: A nice thick piece of cardboard does wonders for the knees.
Extremerecluse: TIMKEN RULES
TorranceMoreno: Why do you take off the bearing race? And why don't you replace it with a new one?
Erich Foehringer: Thank you for the video. I work on a lot of imports and was always tempted to buy this but didn't know if it was worth the money. Looks like you did not have too much trouble with it. Now that it has been a number of years since you posted this video do you use it much? Would you buy it again if you had to do it all over?
Daniel Martin: Check out my harbor freight tool haul on my channel! Please subscribe for more. Thank you! Nice Video
Juan Gomez: i did this on a 2005 325i and the shafts were really tight even with a gear puller it wouldnt come out i ended up hitting it out with a sledge hammer
Shawn Bybee: my bolts are an e12 for the differential bolts. I took the advice of the e14 and stripped the head of a bolt, but it took the rest off. It's e12, you just have to work the rust off the bolt.
Guess I should note that my car is an 02 325i.
twotwocold: FYI you didn't need a bearing puller if you wasn't reusing the bearing a dent puller with the 3 claw head would work jus fine that would save $100 Bucks off the tool bill nice video...
Noah Rule: your brake caliper is gonna snap!!!!
krisztiantth: wow best video ever..very good
Ravi Sundaram: Wouldn't recommend to use a bearing separator to remove the hub ! it doesn't work and also it will ruin your lug nuts ! ruins the threads! use a slide hammer to remove the hub !
arrache roulement Lynda: belle vidéo
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