This is a first time removing a pressed in bearing for me. So... I pulled my rear shock last night by removing the retaining clip and then the upper bearing, due to play in it. I want to confirm that I install the new bearing from the side that the retaining clip was on, then install the retaining clip? In other words reverse the procedure to install the new bearing. Will the bearing stop as I press it in, even though there is no retaining clip on the side with the nitrogen canister? Does it just stop when it’s fully pressed in? Should I press it in dry or use some grease? Any input is appreciated.