Re: Rear axle bearing removal from axle
I used an angle grinder (carefully) and a chisel. Once I removed enough material with the grinder I used the chisel+hammer and the retaining ring and bearing just popped (broke) right off. And as JeepMe mentioned... if you don't have access to a 20-ton shop press or similar and bearing grease packer... you might as well just save yourself the trouble and pay a shop!
2004 Grand Cherokee Overland - Brilliant Black
Quadra-Drive - Up Country Suspension - Factory Tow Package - RB1 Navigation
Modifications: K&N 57 Series FIPK, SuperChips Flashpaq for Jeep, 3" Exhaust from the Y-pipe, Flowmaster 70 series, Magnaflow high-flow catalytic converter