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How to replace rear wheel bearing

(1990 Mercedes-Benz 300TE 4MATIC)
in Columbus, OH on March 18, 2011
Very loud noise in wheel bearing when driving
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of Overbys Inc on March 18, 2011
there are several specialty tools that you must buy before tackling this job. the tools alone are several
hundred dollars. advise letting a local MB specialty shop
replace these, about 4 hours labor per side and $216 per
side for the bearing kit, perhaps more labor if rust is
present. this is a butt-whipping even for a good MB tech!
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