I'm still in the process of installing my front Dana 60. I'm rebuilding everything I can. I removed the bottom caps and and found that the bearings and races need replacing. I tried pulling the races out but they seem to be pressed in. Anybody know how to do it without having to take the axle to a hydraulic press or something like that? Is it worth replacing since it is a very low speed application? The races are slightly pitted as well as a few of the rollers in the bearings. One bearing has more play than the other. I'm trying to do everything within reach to prevent death wobble before I even get it. That's the only reason I want to replace them. FYI: A D44 or front 10bolt uses ball joints both up and down on each side, a D60 uses a kingpin on top and a tapered bearing on the bottom. This is the bearing I'm talking about.