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if your refering to the center carrier bearing on drive shaft , it is easy to do, get the new carrier bearing before you begin , two versions 6.5 inch and 7 inch. If your refering to the rear end carrier bearing, completely different deal. Which bearing ? axle or main pinion gear bearing ? let me know i have a complete rear end looking for a home out of a 2000 kia sportage.
which one, the carrier bearing or the gearbox bearing?
to remove carrier bearing, u will need to removbe the drive shaft from the vehicle the carrier bearing is bolted to chassis with 2 bolts . these will need to be removed and the carrier and bearing will come out with the drive shaft one drive shaft is out you can then knock old bearing and carrier off of shaft with a hammer. the old carrier is no good so doesnt matter if you trash it once you get old one off, carefully known new one onto shaft until seated,being careful to note which is front of carrier bearing you can then reinstall cariier bearing and drive shaft to truck. NOTE: now is a good time to check and replace if needed the U-Joints on the drive shaft
It could have a carrier bearing but its pretty rare. I have a 96 firebird and it definitely has a split driveshaft. It is so rare that when my carrier bearing went bad, none of the part stores could even get a parts number to order one. So the car still sits. You will have to look at your driveshaft. If it's solid front to back it does not have a carrier bearing. If it looks like 2 shorter driveshafts that meet in the center of the car, then yes it would have a carrier bearing.
FullDroopTV - 2013 Silverado Rear Bumper and Tire Carrier 1-4 was released on: USA: 23 April 2013
The carrier bearing is located in the center of a two piece drive shaft. It holds up the center of the drive shaft. The drive shaft extends from the rear of the transmision to the rear drive axle (differental). The two piece drive shaft and the carrier are needed when there is a large angle between the transmission and the differental. The carrier bearing keeps the drive shaft up high under the vehicle.
Yes you can. The dealer will tell you that you need to replace the entire shaft, but a replacement carrier bearing (also called hanger bearing) is available at a supplier called Lindsay driveline. They can be reached at 1-866-944-6288.
there is no front shaft in 63 impala Wrong answer, it's about two feet from the transmission to the carrier bearing
Depending on the vehicle, a diff bearing kit is a kit you can purchase that contains all the parts to freshen up a differential. This usually includes the pinion bearings and races, pinion bearing shims, pinion seal, pinion crush sleeve, pinion lock nut, carrier bearings and races, carrier bearing shims and a new gasket.