Justin_J wrote:ok thanks guys, but just one thing. I am replacing the rear wheel bearing not the front, and it is a 90 trooper not a passport or rodeo. I don't know if its different or not, and i'm sure you guys know what you're talking about, just thought it'd be good to check before i go and buy the tool.
Are you talking about the rear wheel bearing? If so, most likely need to pull the axles and have the old pressed off and new pressed on. If you're referring to the inner bearing on the front wheel, it's rather simple. The lock nut loosens easily with a phillips head screwdriver, round shank, etc stuck in one of the two holes and a little whack with a hammer, etc.
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