VIKTEC 82mm Wheel Bearing Tool for Ford Gen 2 Wheel Hub Bearing Unit
VT01717I
Product Feature
This wheel hub bearing tool set is designed to evenly distribute pressure on the outer bearing race, and also allows for the suspension leg to remain in place on the vehicle when fitting new wheel bearings. It is suitable for certain models of Ford, Land Rover and Volvo. Made of high-quality material, this compact wheel hub bearing tool set is very durable. The kit is delivered in a blow-moulded carrying case for easy storage and transport.
Quantity
  • Kit includes:
  • 1 x Pressure plate
  • 1 x Spindle unit with ball bearing
  • 1 x Screw M20 x 2.0 with nut hex drive 22 mm
  • 1 x Pair of half-shells for dismantling (82 mm)
  • 1 x Pair of half-shells for installation (82 mm)
  • 2 x Screw to fix the half-shells
  • 1 x Removal adaptor
  • 1 x Installer adaptor
  • 4 x 74 mm bolt
  • 4 x 100 mm bolt
1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
.Always ensure the threaded force screw of the tool is lubricated with suitable high load-bearing grease and the thread is clean and free from debris. (We recommend the use of molybdenum.
.Disulphide grease, black grease, or CV joint grease.
.Use of power tools for tightening the force screw will void the warranty.
.Always read and follow the manufacturer's instructions.
.Always wear gloves safety goggles and safety boots.
.Always tighten components to the manufacturer's recommended torque settings.
.Cleanliness is essential, any dirt or debris left within the hub housing could prevent the bearing from seating properly and cause premature failure.
.Always clean the area of the back of the hub prior to removal of the bearing to prevent dirt and debris from damaging the housing and jamming the puller bush/force screw thread.
.The kit utilizes an open force screw bearing design to allow ease of cleaning.
.Ensure the bearing is kept clean and free from dirt and debris. Lubricate with light oil.
.Use of this kit requires the partial dismantling of the vehicle's braking system and drive shafts always refer to the manufacturer's instructions.
·The Tool Connection cannot be held responsible for any damage or injury to property or person how so ever caused.
2. APPLICATIONS
Application:
Ford Focus, Focus II. 5RS/Focus 2.5RS 50, Mondeo MK IV
For GEN2 wheel bearings
Ford Mondeo MK IV from2007, Galaxy from 2006, S-Max from 2006 Front Land Rover Freelander 2 from 2006 Front Volvo S80. V70, XC60, XC70 from 2006
3. INSTRUCTIONS
REMOVAL
The kit is designed to remove and replace the bearing/flange in situ on the vehicle. Refer to the manufacturer's documentation for the correct procedure.
.Remove the brake caliper and disc. Remove the driveshaft.
.Clean the area at the back of the hub prior to removal of the bearing to
prevent dirt and debris from jamming the force screw force nut and adaptor.
.Assemble the removal clamshells (1) to the bearing/flange; refer to diagram(Fig1), secure with set screws supplied.
.Assemble the four force pins to the force plate.
.The rubber O-ring on the force pin will secure it in the force plate socket. 
.Offer up the force plate/pin assembly to the clamshells, and fit the main force screw through the force plate pin/assembly.
.From behind, fit the extraction adaptor (1) over the end of the force screw. Collar-end in towards force screw -refer to Fig 1. Take care to line up cutouts with the ABS sensor.
.Secure the assembled tool with the force screw nut.
 The long threaded end of the force screw nut is in towards the force screw - refer to Fig 1.
.Lubricate the force screw threads with black molybdenum disulfide grease. This must be done every time the tool is used.
.To withdraw the bearing/flange, hold the force nut steady with a 30mm spanner while turning the force screw with a 22mm socket on a breaker bar or long ratchet handle. (Do not use air tools.)


FITTING A NEW BEARING FLANGE ASSEMBLY
Important: Before fitting the new bearing/flange assembly again clean the area at the back of the hub, and around the hub housing. Any dirt or debris left within the hub housing could prevent the bearing from seating properly and cause premature failure.

.Refer to Fig2: Assemble insertion clamshells onto new bearing/flange and secure with set screws supplied.
.Assemble the four force pins to the force plate.
.The rubber O-ring on the force pin will secure it in the force plate socket.


Refer to Fig3: Offer up the force plate/pin assembly to the clamshells, and fit the main force screw through the force plate/pin assembly.
From behind, fit the insertion adaptor over the end of the force screw so that it sits on the outer edge at the rear of the hub carrier. Take care to line up cutouts with the ABS sensor.
.Secure the assembled tool with the force screw nut. The long threaded end of the force screw nut is in towards the force screw-refer to Fig 1.
Lubricate the force screw threads with black molybdenum disulfide grease. This must be done every time the tool is used.
.To push in the new bearing/flange, hold the force nut steady with a 30mm spanner while turning the force screw with a 22mm socket on a breaker bar or long ratchet handle. (Do not use air tools.)
.Turn force screw until bearing/flange is fully home. if fitted, ensure that the tangs of the barbed retaining ring (3) are correctly seated in the retaining groove. See Fig 4.


Viktec offers a high-quality 82mm Wheel Bearing Tool for Ford Gen 2 wheel Hub bearing Unit(VT01717I). All our tools have at least a one-year quality guarantee. If you need more information about our 82mm Wheel Bearing Tool for Ford Gen 2 wheel Hub bearing Unit(VT01717I), please do not hesitate to e-mail or call us. Your inquiry will be replied to within 24 hours.

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