Heavy Duty Rear Wheel Bearing Kit For Toyota Landcruiser 40 45 60 75 76 78 79 105 Series
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Terrain Tamer Heavy Duty
Toyota Land Cruiser Wheel Bearing kit (Rear)
This kit is for one side only- Order 2x kits to do both sides
Bearings- Are Made in JAPAN
Rockwell Hardness- 2.5 Times Higher Than OE Standard
Extra Heat Treatment Procedure For Longer Service Life
Seals Are a Internal Rotating Cartridge type with 4x sealing lips On Front
Landcruiser HZJ78, FZJ78, HZJ79, FZJ79, HDJ78, HDJ 79 8/99-
Landcruiser VDJ76, 78 & 79 1/07-
Landcruiser FZJ HDJ FJ 80 - All Models
Landcruiser HZJ105, FZJ105 1/98-
BJ40 9/75-on BJ42 7/80-on
FJ40 & 45 9/75 -on
FJ & HJ 60 - 8/1980-on All Models
FJ62 11/84- on
FJ70 73 75- All Models
FZJ 70 73 75
Contents: Inner & Outer Bearings, Oil Seal, gaskets
Wheel Bearings should be checked and adjusted regaurly, if you find any metalfillings, or the bearings are making a lot of high pitched squealing, this is not good, It is the bearing starting to disintegrate, and should be replaced immediatly.
If you are planning a big trip, and you know the bearings have not been changed for a few years, it is cheap insurance to replace them anyway.
If you find oil dripping onto your tyres, then the Axel seal is damaged and allowing your diff oil to run down the axels and past the seals, the problem with this is that on its way it has to push past the grease in your wheel bearings, causing excess heat and premature wear, This can create more problem's if left to long.
This kit is for one side only
If you plan to do both sides, you need two kits, please select two on checkout,
We only recommend and use quality Japanese parts for all of our maintence bearings and seals, we use Australian suppliers who believe in this as well.
A few tips for when changing or adjusting wheel bearings, simply jack the vehicle of the ground, remove the hub and hub nut assembly, when you have replaced or repacked your bearings, place the tab washer in first, then thread the large hub nut on to the stub axel, If you have installed new bearings rotate the wheel when tightening, if you don’t have a manual or torque wrench handy, tighten the nut until there is no play, when tight back of the nut no more than a quarter of a turn ensuring there is no play in the wheel or bearing, put the locking washer into position and tighten the locking nut.
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