<VV> Drum Removal
hugo at aruncoaches.co.uk
Wed Jan 30 22:49:05 EST 2019
Why would you want to remove the inner bearing & seal?
On 2019-01-30 22:05, FrankDuVal via VirtualVairs wrote:
> Ding Ding Ding. We have a winner. 60 to 64 Corvair is the old style
> of front drum/hub assembly, they are riveted together.
> Remove "hub cap" i.e.cover for spindle nut, remove cotter key,
> unscrew nut, remove outer bearing cone, reinstall nut a few turns,
> slide assembly (drum and hub) off spindle quickly, hanging the inner
> bearing on nut,. This removes inner bearing from hub, along with the
> seal, without needing the seal popper tool that guarantees needing a
> new seal. Of course, "they" always say to install a new seal, but
> hey, I started out cheap! Learned this from the annual (was every six
> months for yeaaars) state safety inspection. No one wanted to put new
> seals in for a $4 inspection charge just to check if the brake lining
> were safe.
> So Brian, without dong the click bait thing, Why are you mentioning
> Judge Judy? She is not stepping down!
> Frank DuVal
> On 1/30/2019 1:52 PM, Hugo Miller via VirtualVairs wrote:
>> They're supposed to be rivetted to the hubs, aren't they? Unless
>> somebody has drilled the rivets out that is.
>> On 2019-01-30 13:23, Brian via VirtualVairs wrote:
>>> How do I remove the brake drum from the front hubs on a 1961?
>>> Judge Judy Steps Down After 23 Years Over This Controversy
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