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Hi guys, can someone tell me if the whole hub assembly has to be unbolted from strut , track rod end etc or does the bearing and hub come away from the main carrier once the hub nut , disc and calliper are out of way , it’s a 2004 rx300 awd mcu35-R

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Hello Mike, 

My 2007 RX400h has a worn n/s front wheel bearing which can heard droning on right hand bends eg roundabouts. I have found YouTube to be a good source of information on the bearing replacement procedure. Not many videos for specific RX models but a search for the Camry model (which has a similar hub set up) will turn up a useful video. Getting the hub removed from the vehicle is fairly straightforward for a competent DIYer but the hard part is pressing out the hub + old bearing and then pressing in a new bearing + hub.

Ken

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