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Old 11-14-2012, 02:53 PM
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replacing lots of suspension components

i took my car in to get an alignment and the shop told me that i need wheel bearings on both sides (front), tie rod ends on both sides, and a new ball joint on the passenger side. while i have the passenger side apart i will be replacing the cv axle. and to top it off, it is "unalignable" in its current state.

do you guys think replacing all of these parts is something i would be able to do myself? i am mechanically inclined, so i could at least put it back together if i screw it up.

getting a great deal on parts, so i will be saving a lot of money by doing it myself. if anybody has done these jobs and has some input, that would be great, i will also be using any guides i can find on here and the internet. just looking for any help i can get
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Re: replacing lots of suspension components

Yes, I just did the same stuff months ago. Jack the vehicle up and get to work. Once the wheel is off you got the easy part out of the way. Replacing the axle is pretty easy with some finesse and patience. While your down there the tie rod is self explanatory. The only thing that may give you trouble is the ball joints. As we all know they can be a pain in the A$# sometimes. If you mechanically inclined you can do it. Remember obviously when your done go take it to get aligned as soon as you can.
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Re: replacing lots of suspension components

im not worried about the ball joint, its pretty simple. the puller from the auto parts store makes it easy to push it in. the only thing im worried about is the wheel bearing. do have to like take the hub out and take it somewhere to get it pressed in?
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or at the end, you can align it yourself with a string and a tape. The tie rod are the only piece that affect alignement, and if you do it right you won't need an alignement.
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im not worried about the ball joint, its pretty simple. the puller from the auto parts store makes it easy to push it in. the only thing im worried about is the wheel bearing. do have to like take the hub out and take it somewhere to get it pressed in?
you can just hammer it down with a piece of wood inbetween
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you can just hammer it down with a piece of wood inbetween
i don't want to screw it up, i pushed a bearing into my air conditioner pully on my old truck, but im afraid to screw it up with something important, like my wheel.

looking at possibly getting the new hub assembly with the wheel bearing already pressed in, which i can get for 60 bucks, as opposed to 30 for just the bearing (and it would be about 25-30 for a local shop to press them in, per wheel)

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found this guide which makes the whole job easier, and i chose different parts than the auto parts guys, because they chose the most expensive tie rod ends. if i get wheel bearings that come with new hub assemblies and are already pressed in, and all the parts i need, it will only be 20 more than the price they quoted me for the parts (and each hub assembly is 63, as apposed to the 32 for the bearing alone)

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Here, those bearing only are at least 100$ each
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Re: replacing lots of suspension components

I replaced everything except the wheel bearings. My advice is to research and more research. It is by no means an easy job or a fast job but well worth it. I would first gather all of the parts and make sure you have all the necessary tools. A press is going to be your best friend so if you don't have access to one I highly recommend sourcing one out. And I almost got screwed when I rented tools from the auto parts store as they only allow something like 48 hours before they are not returnable. Since you are taking everything apart I also highly recommend poly bushings all the way around (master kit DOES NOT come with everything) so you will need that and a few others.
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I replaced everything except the wheel bearings. My advice is to research and more research. It is by no means an easy job or a fast job but well worth it. I would first gather all of the parts and make sure you have all the necessary tools. A press is going to be your best friend so if you don't have access to one I highly recommend sourcing one out. And I almost got screwed when I rented tools from the auto parts store as they only allow something like 48 hours before they are not returnable. Since you are taking everything apart I also highly recommend poly bushings all the way around (master kit DOES NOT come with everything) so you will need that and a few others.
i think i pretty much understand the main stuff. not worried about wheel bearing anymore. looks like it is just behind the caliper and wont be an issue. as far as the ball joint, i stripped the castle nut while i started doing my cv axle, so im just gonna use an angle grinder and get it off, then replace it. its only 45 bucks for a new one, so its not that big of a deal
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Re: replacing lots of suspension components

good luck haha, ive been thinking about replacing all the bushings and worn out parts in my 3g.
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this can give you an idea on the wheel bearings, same concept
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where can I get those poly bushings
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where can I get those poly bushings
kinda wondering the same thing. is it worth replacing? i just need my car to be safe to drive.
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this can give you an idea on the wheel bearings, same concept
that was actually a really nice one, i hate how people make videos that say yea this is how we do breaks on this car, first your going to remove the caliper, im going to do that then be right back *without even showing what bolts or what size said bolts are* alright now we are back and we have the caliper off the car, now you are going to pull the pads out and replace them, ill go do that and come right back *still no real information* alright im back and as you can see i have removed and installed the pads, now we are going to put the caliper back on the car *STILL NOTHING* alright they are on the car and now we are going to go for a drive, hate those useless videos.
wheel bearings dont look as hard as i thought they would be....
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Sounds like your going to do a lot of work. You can get poly bushings from Energy Suspension
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hm. so i dont need a new hub assembly. just the bearing. that makes a lot more sense now. saves me about 60 bucks, cuz it doesn't look that hard to do. might tackle the jobs in a week. stupid ball joint is special order and takes 7-10 days, so im not sure about that :/ need it off to do the projects i need to. unless i can remove the cv axle with the ball joint still attached if i have the hub and wheel bearing off, but i highly doubt it.
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you should order from amazon.com and get free 2 day shipping, just keep creating new accounts and you get endless amount of free trials for prime
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some folks say amazon sells everything but the kitchen sink. well they'd be wrong. in fact kitchen sinks are among the 19 godzillion items amazon sells.

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holy cow. amazon has the ball joint i need for 50% off, and 1 day shipping! awesome. guess who just saved 25 bucks... this guy :D
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got my passenger cv axle (super easy), both sides outer tie rod ends (pretty easy), and both sides ball joints (total pain in the butt that i couldnt do myself and had to get done at a shop because my ball joint removal tool was too small, and the only way we could get it on we almost broke it).

all in all, i am calling the suspension repair a success! there were a couple things that we had to address afterwards, but it is all better. now i dont have the cv axle grinding sound, but the heat shield over my catalytic converter is rattling and is really annoying.

only things wrong with my lude:

cat heat shield rattle
oil drain plug (last owner put some rubber plug that has 2 washers that squish it against the threads, total bs, but idk how to fix it)
FITV (tried tightening, but one bolt on the cover broke off, didnt try the other)

thanks for everybody that helped me tackle this job

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Amazon has some great deals. Not to mention free 2 day shipping.
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Awesome to hear! waiting for my parts to come in and will be replacing the same things you have.
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