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 Post subject: Wheel Bearings
Posted: Mon May 24, 2010 10:42 pm 
Oompa Loompa
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Ride: 1994 NC II Ford Fairlane

Location: Latrobe Valley
VIC, Australia

Hey all, I have a problem with my left front wheel bearings i have replaced the set for the third time to still find the same whirring , vibration through steering wheel and foot pedals,rest . This problem has only occured recently. I,ve replaced all bushes in the front end and tie rod ends. The steering rack is getting a bit poor and due for replacement however the sound is only rotational and sure it's the wheel bearings. I recently fitted DBA cross drilled and slotted rotors new pads and overhaul the calipers. Is it a possibility that the internal structure of the rotor is warped or that the stub axle is slightly bent and would road affects of my 19inch tyres come into play although i had no previous problems with the standard rotors.
So can anyone shed some light cause this is getting f**k annoying
Much appreciated
 Post subject: Re: Wheel Bearings
Posted: Mon May 24, 2010 11:12 pm 
Getting Side Ways
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jack the car up and spin the wheel, u should hear something if its bearings again.
are u setting them up right, sounds like they may be too tight and damaging them.
im guessing u are replacing the cups in the disc each time?
u havent given many details of what exactly u have done.
 Post subject: Re: Wheel Bearings
Posted: Wed May 26, 2010 10:54 pm 
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you say you have replaced the wheel bearings, have you replaced the cones in the rotor?
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