- Jack up ur car
- Remove wheel
- Purple arrow, using screwdriver and hammer to remove it (Sometime need to hammer to release it)
- Put in first gear or P position for auto to avoid the car moving forward
- Release Handbrake
- Black arrow, not sure why the screw gone already.:hmmmm:
- Hammer a bit at outside brake drum to release the hub
- Using flat screwdriver, hammer the small hub slowly pry to release it.
- Yellow Circle, Remove the bolt in order to take out the wheel bearing
- U will need a long pipe to loosen the bolt. This bolt damn tight.
- I'm not sure what actually is the bolt size actually.
- It might be socket size 29mm or inch bolt screw.
- I'm using bolt size 30mm with aluminium foil to remove the screw (Not the proper way to do it):stupid:
- The risk is yours if u still want to use bolt size 30mm.
- Comparison with old proton and new ntn bearing
- New bearing is from NTN, RM85 each
- Actually i put a white marking before i remove the bolt
- The white marking were not align when tightening the bolt, if i go further i think it will be too tight.
- So i didnt align with the white marking.
- If u overtighten the bolt, ur bearing wont last long.
- Insert the brake hub back and turn it.
- If got brake and hub friction, u need to loosen a bit at the handbrake cable screw inside ur car.
- Apply silicon gasket at the gold color hub
- Or u can apply at the inner diameter of the bearing
- This is the old silicon seal taken out from old bearing.
- Not sure why the silicon is applied there previously.
The car feel very light since no friction already between the hub and brake.
High speed(100km/h) emergency braking still like normal. (Tyre can lock)
The only disadvantages is low speed braking very very poor.