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Old 16 May 2016, 14:04 (Ref:3642100)   #1
turbo tim
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early 2000's btcc help

i believe that the 2001/2/3/4 fwd cars all ran the same wheel bearing and hub flanges. there seems to be some sort of piller tool that can seperate the flange from the bearing. does anyone know what it looks like? is the the flange just a friction fit? thanks in advance
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