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Old 06-16-2010, 06:10 AM
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Front wheel bearings out?

My front wheel on my 660 is extremely loose. i think that it needs new bearings. if so, i need some how to's. my rhino is becoming a money pit and i cant afford to keep taking it to the shop and i want the satisfaction of fixing things myself.
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Old 06-16-2010, 11:31 AM
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Get this here. Pops them right out of there.

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Old 06-16-2010, 06:27 PM
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i cant even get the nut that holds the hub on!
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You gotta hit that nut with an impact. I broke two ratchets trying to get it off... Hammered it with the impact for several minutes before it finally come off.. They are on there tight....
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You gotta hit that nut with an impact. I broke two ratchets trying to get it off... Hammered it with the impact for several minutes before it finally come off.. They are on there tight....
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since I bought my rhino I now own two impacts a 3/8 drive with 260ft pounds of torque and a 1/2 with over 700ft lbs.. The 1/2 is good for axles and the 3/8's will do about anything else...
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