Now... it's time to get dirty! - well, full of grease anyway. My grease of choice for this job...

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Pack the center of the hub, between where the 2 bearings sit with grease

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I won't go into how to pack bearings with grease... There are plenty of tools, or YouTube videos on how to do that. Install the rear packed bearing, and install the new rear grease seal.

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Once you have that done, reinstall the rotor/hub assembly on the vehicle. Make sure you smear a little grease on the lip of the rear seal before installing

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Then install the outer bearing

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And then the ring nut

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Hand tighten the nut while turning the rotor

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Curt Shambeau
87 Mitsubishi Montero SWB (Turbo G64b wideblock conversion soon)