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    Default 430 wheel bearing to 360 conversion

    I am replacing a rear wheel bearing on the 360 and I have read that the cheaper 430 bearing is compatible if you swap the ABS sensor accross as mentioned her.
    http://www.clubscuderia.co.uk/forum/...g-Repair/page2

    But there isnt any real detail as to what you need to swap.

    So is it just this bit you need to prise off?

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    or do you need what looks like a ferrous ring as well which looks to be attached to the hub?

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    Dont try this at home folks. It will only cost you another 500 and 2 hours to refit another new wheel bearing.

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    Did that sensor break?
    No experience of this in particular but experience of breaking more than I fix

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    Quote Originally Posted by MalcH View Post
    Did that sensor break?
    No experience of this in particular but experience of breaking more than I fix
    No the sensor didn't break. It is really easy to remove. Its just pressed onto the top of the hub so you prise it off carefully. That pic is the new one off the new 430 bearing. Now fitted back on.
    Just isnt compatible with the 360 which is why you would swap it over when using the 430 bearing as it's 100 cheaper.

    Except it doesnt work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by achaddy View Post
    Dont try this at home folks. It will only cost you another 500 and 2 hours to refit another new wheel bearing.
    Hi Andy I'm sorry to hear about the issues you're having with the wheel bearing and bushes hopefully all will come good
    I'm not here for a long time - I'm here for a good time !

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoffpfc View Post
    Hi Andy I'm sorry to hear about the issues you're having with the wheel bearing and bushes hopefully all will come good
    Cheers Geoff, Yes hopefully all will be good from next week. Its all done and finally going in for its MOT next week, just in time for Winter

    Did the ball joints, thanks for the glue. Still have plenty left so its back in the fridge, much to the wife's annoyance.

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