eduardo sampoia: Wouldn't penetrating fluid help in this situation?
Ali Aliali: soak for a hour..with coca-cola it do the job
Eddie the Grouch: Bad acting aside, this tip IS priceless and I wish I had known it before
doing my bearing a few years ago. To others: that rust/corrosion ring will
resist big hammers, big torches, pullers, and strong language. DO NOT USE
a regular jaw puller as all it will do is drive the axle into differential.
kikyle: You rock man!! That was so easy u saved me so much BS. Im glad I found your
jarin wilson: Brian, I've had wheel hub bearing assemblies so seized into the steering
knuckle, a 40 ton press would not press it out... it began to distort the
entire steering knuckle. I was left with no other option but to cut them
out. I've never used this option that you clearly demonstrated(not because
it won't work, but when I've invested a large sum of cash on tools, I just
won't risk destroying an extension, unless its an 'el cheapo')
Bad Dog: I've tried about everything but this yet. Thanks for talking slow that's
about my speed of course the audience is for motorheads lol.
TheIrongutz: Just use a puller, safer!
Leslie Woods: Many years ago I had a car that belong to some one else and the right front
bearing was locked on so tight that cut it off, with out heating the sub
axel it moved and fitted new bearings and the was able to sell the car and
get a new one
toby hummel: thanks m8 my knuckes are tore up from the caveman approach having a hard
time typing gonna give this one whirle and hope I get to drive the spyder
to work thanks again
James Crowton: I would use Silikroil and let it soak for a hour.. The stuff Eats rust like
candy within a hour! Best stuff ever!! No hammer or press needed
Chris Gloege: How the hell did you get the planes to land on the ceiling like that?
Jose Rozo: thanks
MrZanadoo: Hi, I have enjoyed a few of your video's, do you have one on replacing the
rear wheel bearing assembly on a 2004 subaru Impreza TS, i watched the one
on the outback, thanks in advance and keep the video camera rolling
Dana Swaney: Excellent Tip
Danny Smith: How would I do this on a 99 blaze? Just yesterday, I attemted replacing my
ball joints.. I spent 4 hrs trying to get the hub and splash off....
Nothing worked!!! Please help a.s.a.p
Chris Henson: crap that one isnt even rusty you should of seen the ones i just did we had
a 8 pound sledge and a cutting torch still took 7 hours
Quadrigius: Best tip ever. Without your advice I would have scrapped my 1995Volvo 850
even though I had bought a replacement wheel bearing. I have never worked
on any car before but thought I would have a go at it because I had no
money for garage repairs (it would have cost more than the car is worth).
When I couldn't get the assembly out I thought, well that's the end of that
then, scrap yard for you; then I came across your video and decided to give
it one more try and WOW! It popped right out the very first time.
Brilliant. HUGE thanks. Happy Christmas and have a grrrreat 2014.
James Crowton: Couldn't you have heated it up and just pounded it off?
CosRacecar: Thanks, this really saved me. I soaked the hub in Really Good Sh*t (better
then PB Blaster, wish I could find a supplier for it) and then tried
beating on the bolts with a socket on them for over an hour and got
nowhere. I was about to take the torch to it when I found your video.
Mitch Newcomer: Great technique. Yes Priceless! otherwise known as American
engineuity! thanx. Mitch
Jay Orenstein: What if its so rusted it bends the bolts
cstomaton01: It's very clever aswell as useful thank you.
Willie Manley: Thanks for the awesome tip...I still can't believe how well that
worked...and it was fast! I've been beating, heating, slide hammering and
nothing worked...great tip!
loveskateboard4: holy crap you are a genius my dad and I were beating, prying, and cussing
for hours trying to get it out then tried this and it took a 1/2 hour thank
you so much
two extensions were lost in the process but was well worth
BOB FOLTY: I think it would blow the seals in the power steering unit.
I have taken the off used a porter power against the spring and it was all
we could do to get it. when it poped it jumped out about a foot.
akorczvr6: freaking brilliant
Ian Sutherland: You saved my ass bro what a genius idea worked like a charm!!!
Nigel McKenzie: Awesome!
Robert Winney: Nice, I'm right in the middle of this disassembly on my 2005 3500 Dodge.
Darian Benford: Thanks. It works.
Jay Orenstein: I have a 2000 dodge ram 1500 4x4 and my passenger front wheel hub is stuck
on, I tried heating it with acetaline torches and a 5 lb sledge and it
didn't budge it is basically welded together because the bearing is so bad,
I don't thing your trick will work, any other ideas or do I need to replace
what it connects to, and what is the part it connects to? Is it the.
Control arm? Please if you can email me +Jay Orenstein thank you very much
James Crowton: Brian, if my steering knuckle is not available to use as a press. Can I
just use mapp gas and heat it up and pound it out?
goodcat1982: those bolts are threaded so it you force them out you will damage the inner
thread making harder or impossible to get a proper fit for the new bolts!
Tyler Phillips: Dude that was the coolest thing ever I literally spent hours pounding on
the hub with penetrating oil soaking and I did this trick and I literally
got it off in five minutes thanks so much it was awesome!!!!
Dshlogg Green: Worked like a champ for me. I just had to go back and forth between sides a
few times. Thanks bro.
bigdaddy377able: My wheel came off while i was driving and i find out that my rotor is
cricked also when i rotate the rotor something scrapes , and i cant put a
wheel on it because the lugs dont want to go in when you try to tighten
them, do you know what coudlve mest up?
John Sliwinski: On my knees in the snow propane torch and BMF hammer beating till after
dark. went inside watched this video and tried next day. done in 5
minutes! this guy is FN Genius! thank you soo much!
T AGH: Just wanted to add another variation of this. I tried this with the socket
and extension and it busted the extension. Decided to use a heavy steel lug
nut breaker bar and braced it from the frame to the back of the hub plate
(where the lug bolts are) this time it worked great. Thanks for the great
idea ! I also like the outback delivery, well done,
john olinsky: I have been working on my hub bearing I like you tip I have to see if it
mredstriumph: Damn that's smart. Great video.
Wish I woulda known.
jack london: I would like to try it except the head of my hub bolts are rusted. I think
they were 13mm 12 point but there isn't much left. How do I get off rusted
godfather173: I like your videos but they make me dizzy with all that camera movement
please get a tripod
PDES Camden: Oh yeah, there's a big warning to not do this on rack and pinion, doh! I
guess I'll use a small bottle jack or something..
Adam V: Brian i had to do those this summer in my 98 Dodge Dakota. I just used an
air hammer to do more or less the same thing. Although i am pretty sure i
cussed a lot more.
jjrock5: @briansmobile1 I don't know how you're not going off on that guy but I'll
say it since you don't like to cuss. Masster64 is a freaking pickle.
free speech: Could have used that 3 months ago. Had it all torn apart except I could get
it out because of the rust. Had to put it back together and pay a shop $200
to repeat with a press! Great videos!
Kelmo2828: can we get one for the rear hub pls!
xandervk: Just turn off the sound, peachcake.
briansmobile1: You have now stated that you don't like my personality or even my voice.
You basically don't like me- you only like the mechanical instruction. Is
this correct? -You're being offensive and bossy and now you expect me to
meet your demands. Is that right? Can you imagine what my response to this
would be in person? It is my finding that people who are disrespectful and
yet demanding of others find life to be very lonely, difficult, and
frustrating. How do you find it to be?
Cr4z3d: Hello Matt
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