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Carry wheel bearings

Postby cap43 » Wed Apr 05, 2017 12:32 pm

Hi, I`m in need of N/S - O/S front wheel bearings, for 2005 carry van, anyone assist, I've just been offered a ridicules amount, even before fitting. :cry:
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Re: Carry wheel bearings

Postby joypop » Sat Apr 08, 2017 10:50 pm

I have found the front hub bearing for a 2005 model GA413 part number 28BWK15JY2CA1301 NSK brand for 35 GBP for sale at partsouq and it is in stock .
Link is - https://partsouq.com/en/catalog/genuine ... d=21026&q=

Hope that helps you
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Rover Mini Cooper 138hp
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Re: Carry wheel bearings

Postby cap43 » Mon Apr 10, 2017 7:56 am

Thanks for the info,
I now have prices of - £35 - £48 - £59 - £68 - £80 - £85 - £122 , each.
Any one had a bearing done, if so do you have a make n price please.
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Re: Carry wheel bearings

Postby cbxsix » Tue Apr 11, 2017 11:48 am

I replaced both my front bearings last year and had to change the whole hub assembly at a cost of around £50 per side.
I did look at buying the bearings but, even using a 12 tonne hydraulic press, I couldn't remove the old ones!

I bought mine from a local branch of SDL Minorfern but these are similar in cost:-

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Fits-Suzuki-C ... Sw2xRYa7GY
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Re: Carry wheel bearings

Postby cap43 » Fri Apr 21, 2017 4:06 pm

Thanks ppl, Is the hub/bearing unit easy to remove / fit , can`t really afford the garage costs.
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Re: Carry wheel bearings

Postby cbxsix » Sat Apr 22, 2017 9:12 pm

The complete hub/bearing is really very easy to remove and refit. The process is described very well in the workshop manual but if you don't have a copy (it can be downloaded from this site) the written instructions are listed below:-
REMOVAL
1) Hoist vehicle and remove wheel.
2) Remove spindle cap (by hammering lightly at 3 locations
around it using care not to deform or cause damage to
seating part of cap).
3) Uncalk spindle nut.
4) Remove spindle nut.
5) Remove caliper carrier bolts.
6) Remove caliper with carrier.
NOTE:
Hang removed caliper with a wire hook of the like so as to
prevent brake hose from bending and twisting excessively
or being pulled.
Don’t operate brake pedal with pads removed.
7) Pull brake disc off by using two 8 mm bolts.
8.) Pull out wheel hub.


INSTALLATION

1) Install wheel hub to spindle, tighten new spindle nut to specified
torque.
Tightening Torque
(a): 175 N•m (17.5 kg-m, 126.5 lb-ft)
2) Install brake disc.
3) Install brake caliper/caliper carrier.
Tighten caliper carrier bolts to specified torque.
Tightening Torque
(b): 95 N•m (9.5 kg-m, 69.0 lb-ft)
4) Calk spindle nut .
5) Install spindle cap to wheel hub.
6) Install wheel and lower hoist.
WARNING:
Be careful while calking nut so that no crack will occur
in calked part of nut. Cracked nut must be replaced
with new one.

Hope this helps :)
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Re: Carry wheel bearings

Postby alanbirt » Sun Apr 23, 2017 4:23 pm

Well done, 'cbxsix', in giving these detailed instructions.

Whilst it is many years since I did my own servicing and repairs to my vehicles, I'm sure a doddery old man like myself could do the job of replacing the wheel-bearings by following your comprehensive narrative.

In order to use my computer I have a series of "Idiot's Guides" which my son has compiled. Should I ever need it, I now have an "Idiot's Guide" to replacing the front-wheel bearings on my Carry campervan. I award 5 stars ***** to 'cbxsix'.
Sqn Ldr Alan Birt [War-Disabled ex-Serviceman]
Owner of two Suzukis: a Celerio [16 reg]
and a Carry campervan [55 reg]; formerly
the owner of a Wagon R+ [52 reg]
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Re: Carry wheel bearings

Postby cap43 » Sun Apr 23, 2017 8:33 pm

Hi, n thanks CBXSIX, I`v now found the page you refer to, You stated that you could not remove the bearing with a 12 ton press, Is the removal ( from the shaft ) with a slide hammer easy or a bitch, I will be doing this on the road side and don't want to find I need some other component half way through.
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Re: Carry wheel bearings

Postby cap43 » Tue Apr 25, 2017 10:34 am

HI, Quick look for probs, wheel off, 1st prob , The spindle cover is seated tighter than a ducks ass to the seating, I would need a razor blade to get behind it to lever it off., It is obvious to me that a bit of a bashing is required, Unless, I can be dissuaded by you folks with a educated suggestion, ???? anyone know of what size type of spindle cover I can replace it with, if needed.
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Re: Carry wheel bearings

Postby cap43 » Thu Apr 27, 2017 10:42 pm

CBXSIX,
Hi again, Is a drifts needed to replace the break disk, & Will the bearing be pushed into position by the retaining nut, or are they both just taped into position, ???
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