Wheel bearings are a common repair, but they often present challenges during installation, taking additional time we don’t have to spare, and in some cases resulting in a comeback or quality that isn’t up to our standard. Generation 1 (press in) wheel bearings have always been the most difficult, and while Generation 3 (incorporated hub
SKF says the expanded full warranty covers the company’s complete lineup of premium auto hub components.
Good news – servicing the hub unit on a Tesla is the same as with many traditional cars and light trucks.
Not only will it save time and money, but it will make the repair more predictable. Sponsored by The Group Training Academy.
Here are some tips to follow when replacing a wheel bearing. This video is sponsored by Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper.
Wheel bearings are made of tough heat-treated steel. This video is sponsored by The Group Training Academy.
Choosing cheaper parts will likely cost you in the long run. This video is sponsored by the Group Training Academy.
A torque wrench is an essential tool when it comes to installing wheel bearings. Here are the top 10 tips to remember about these tools and procedures.
Keep wheel bearing fasteners tight for the life of the product. This video is sponsored by BCA Bearings.
When a bearing hits a pothole, it actually causes a small indentation to one of the races. This video is sponsored by GMB.