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Maximum axle tube I.D. of 2-3/8" Makes short work of removing semi-floating rear axle bearings
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Comments about OTC Rear Axle Bearing Puller:
Bearing puller is a 16th of an inch to small. It is supposed to be 2 3/8, but only measures 2 5/16. It is just small enough to slip off bearing.
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Q:After you pull out 1997 Chevy blazer old axle bearing, how do you install new?
A:Happy to help you with your question Ray! To install your new axle bearing you could use Part No AC3090 (please copy and paste this url to your address bar) http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/p/autocraft-7pc-bearing-race-seal-driver-set-ac3090/10449302- this would be a basic set. A more advanced set would be Part No SUN 3920 (please copy and paste this url to your address bar) http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/p/sunex-seal-and-bearing-driver-set-sun3920/99983985-. An alternate method you can try (please copy and paste this url to your address bar) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ldr1I49lYEI fast forward to 4:20 will show an alternative way. When doing the installation be sure to USE SAFETY GOGGLES!