I have tried searching, but most of what I found simply says "re-install the races and put it all back together". If my question is answered elsewhere please point me in that direction. I am installing new wheel bearings in the rear axle of my 95 FZJ. I don't have a press and am trying to figure out a way to install the new races. Does anyone have a trick for doing it yourself at home in a fairly well equipped garage? (except for a press) I tried using the old races to press in the new ones using a brass hammer to tap it in. My concern with this is the old race following the new one in and having to whack it out afterwards and possibly damaging the new race. I also thought about using my bench vise as a press, but it doesn't open wide enough to fit the entire hub in. So, do I wait and have them pressed in at a shop, go buy a press, or use some other trick that one of our many skilled mudders might be able to share? (I do have a welder and a plasma cutter, so fabing something up is an option if someone has an idea along those lines.) Thanks!