Nope, the only way I've been able to remove them is by breaking them.
kinda but not really. The cheapest way without buying a spindle puller is put one of your bearing nuts on the spindle and rap it with a decent sized hammer from a few directions, and pry from the back with a screwdriver.85f150 said:how hard is it to do this once i have the rotor off when i am doing the wheel bearings...i have seen the write up saying they are write behind the six or eight bolts...once those bolts are out do the spindles just slide off???
Forgive me for intruding but, if you just replaced them 4 months ago,, why are you wanting to take them out? There is nothing serviceable by removing them, the seal is supposed to be outboard from the bearing. I just don't/can't imagine why you want them outLeonard said:yes they are cheap when you just replaced them 4 months ago you really don't wanna do it again, and besides most parts stores don't carry 'em in stock and have to order and few of them get'em in the same day.