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XC90 Rear Hub Replacement Tutorial

“Here is a tutorial I put together after having to replace the rear hubs on my 2006 XC90… after doing the first one. It was easy, and I didn’t see any other tutorial on it… so here’s my shot at Rear Hub Replacement. If anyone has the torque ratings, I’ll add them in – I don’t have any manuals so had to guess.”

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XC90 Rear Hub Replacement Tutorial

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