I finally found time to crawl under my 88 quad and check on the driveline vibrations i have felt on deceleration at slow speeds. The centre support rubber material around the bearing has totally delaminated allowing the driveshaft to "flop around" at slow revolutions. I pulled the driveshaft [*&%%Y those nyloc nuts and bolts that some PO apparently overtightened]. Anyhow, upon seperating the halves I have to go find a 28mm thin walled socket to remove the main nut. My question is after i remove the yoke, is the bearing pressed on or will it come off the shaft fairly easily and do i need to have the new one pressed on or can it be driven or drifted onto the shaft will little persuasion? Thanks in advance as usual.