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This is a discussion on Wheel bearing question within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I was trying to do the rear wheel bearing on my 05 wrx wagon. I can't get the long bolt ...

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    Wheel bearing question

    I was trying to do the rear wheel bearing on my 05 wrx wagon. I can't get the long bolt on the bottom of the spindle out. I have let it sit over night with PB all over it. Any tricks. Don't want to use heat I think that will just melt the bushings. Was thinking about removing the lower arms at the frame. Thanks Joe.

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    Mine was rusted thoroughly and pb blaster heat did nothing for me. You might need a special tool for this one.
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