the one with the little slant that fits clean with your cv cup is the inner seal the flat one is the outer seal and dont hit on the inner side of the bearing use a socket or something to fit the outside ring evenly, hit it with a hammer, and put it back together.
also a tip for installing the new ones is to put them in the freezer for a few hours prior to installing them...they will go in easier after "shrinking" them...just be careful when putting them in...and they should only slide in one way...
I Have a 04' with less than 650 miles and already having to change the front right wheel bearings in mine. The left are as tight as new. My Question is how do you separate the ball joints from the knuckle and a-arm without damaging the rubber on them? already ordered those too lol!!
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