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Back wheel bearing with ABS

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17 Mar 2022 07:15 #242357 by safari
Good morningI have a jimny and need to change the back wheel bearing which is with abs which I do not use so I do not have the abs ring on the collar is it possible to use a standard collar instead of the long one pls

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17 Mar 2022 14:50 #242364 by maverick
nope

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22 Mar 2022 07:46 #242437 by safari
Replied by safari on topic Back wheel bearing with ABS
taught so tks and if i remove the ring collar would it be safe to refit the same collar ?

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22 Mar 2022 15:10 - 22 Mar 2022 15:19 #242444 by X8GGY
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I very much doubt you’ll be able to “remove” it?!

Theyre generally cut off…

Here’s a link to the BigJimny WiKi -

www.bigjimny.com/mediawiki/index.php/Rea..._bearing_replacement

step 20…

 



Dave 
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23 Mar 2022 12:16 #242464 by Roger Fairclough
You can remove it by using a suitable puller but it is not recommended that you reuse it. The ring collar is what keeps the bearing in place so it's critical.

Roger

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24 Mar 2022 09:14 #242467 by safari
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a friend of mine told me he removed it with heat and refitted it with heat again next week i am going to his shop and see how it is done and if it is safe to refit
tks to everyone for the help

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24 Mar 2022 10:03 #242468 by Roger Fairclough
Yes, heating the ring will expand it and make it easier to remove.

BUT.

Heat soak from the ring when refitting can damage the grease and seals in the bearing so care is required as to the temperature reached by the heating. It is acceptable to heat the ring in boiling water or better still boiling oil. As soon as the ring is seated, cool it with air from the air line.

Roger

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