I hate it when I'm right sometimes .. I was hoping you would of come back here and flamed my back side and got it pressed off at the around the corner shop .. I've only pressed off three Mitsu axle bearings in my travels .. Now I think you need to play in a nother pond to get this fixed .. We here in Mitsu world have know clue on how to do a few things axle bearings ,setting up rear ends ,and a few other things .. Why ..They dont die ..In general ... But thats good I think...Boy we sure know about cracked heads and crank balancers falling off ...LOL... "I" would wonder over to the Toyota forum ... The jigging and tooling to do a Toy axle is the the same as Mitsu just need the right hole in the mount plate of the Toy jig to bolt the axle too.. If you can do a Toy axle you can do a Mitsu axle ... Toy axle bearings are a roller ball bearing and die alot .. Mitsu axle bearing is a timken bearing and is far better .. I've pressed 100's of Toy bearings .. Three Mitsu's and two were not bad but the customer was just sure they were what he needed ...I'm the only one in 75 miles around me who can press a Japanese truck bearing off..I think ....Its not hard once you make the jig and have a shop press
Ask the Toyota forum ... Ask the parts houses they know were the "good" mechanics are hiding ..And the shops that are bad too... Stop a Snap-On tool truck and ask them were to go ... Your in NYC with all the hard winters and all ..The Toy Boys around you must eat axle bearings like candy .. Find the Toy off roader around you and see were they go ...
By the way these bearing are packed with grease like a front wheel bearing ..If you do not grease the other axle in you truck its right behind this one ..They have the same miles on them ..These axles are really strong ..
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