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Hi, I have been searching an answer to this.
Ive found a couple of threads that says that I need a pressure machine to do this job by myself.
However some threads say that there are some people who have done changing a front wheel bearing without the machine.

It it possible to do it myself with only general tools?
If yes, do you have any advices or hints for this job?

This is a web I found,
http://www.basspro.com/servlet/catalog.CFPage?&mode=article&objectID=28736&cat=Marine&cmid=MEOL3_OB_Packing_a_Proper_Wheel_Bearing
http://www.fourwheeler.com/howto/84718/

Does those site explain the job well?

Sorry for many questions but I need to do it in 60 days(failed inspection in MA).

Thanks
 
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anyone? I need to find out if I can do it or not asap. Thanks
 

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the bearings are pressed in, or come complete as a hub assembly.

you need to have them pressed in, any other way would be risking the bearing going in off center and damaging it.
 
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Thanks for the help.
I will try fixing sometime soon.

Thanks again
 
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