At an attempt to change my handbrake cable a few weeks ago since the old one seemed to be stretched beyond belief i feel i need new dustsheild. This means removal of dustsheild, bearing, and couple of other things.
Would it be easier and quicker to just swap the entire trailing arm on both sides after they have been fitted with new bearings and sheilds? I need to keep the car on the road as much as possible because the nature of my work (unable to drive = unable to work). Theres a breaker on eBay who quoted me 2 trailing arms complete with hub, brake, and handbrake cables for £200 deliverd, im tempted but i seem to think its a bit pricey.
The other option was to get the rear wheel bearing replaced however the garage i contacted said the seal on their press was broken and unable to help me. Some of me thinks they just dont want to tackle the job this is why id just replace the entire arm which also gives me an opertunnity to replace the bushes on the rear arms.
What to do?