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Last edited by Cosmic73 on 7th April 2017, 5:58 pm; edited 1 time in total
Sometimes for some magical reasons hub nut can get slightly loose... Especially on bloody Renault and blasting them with airgun is enough. But there again 60 quid doesn't require a kidney sale...@Cosmic73 wrote:Excessive play Mike,
This is why i asked if they need preload.
The picture looks like the bearings don't separate, so I've bought 2 new ones from ICP for £60
@Gostek wrote:Oh and check other stuff arond the hub... Sometimes your strut bolts might come loose and dumb tester might think it's a bearing... Bloody idiots they're those testers.....
@shroom wrote:@Gostek wrote:Oh and check other stuff arond the hub... Sometimes your strut bolts might come loose and dumb tester might think it's a bearing... Bloody idiots they're those testers.....
Yeah I find those European ones the worst they are out to get us now we voted to leave the EU it wasn't all of us I will miss Polish sausage when we leave. I sent a letter to Boris Johnson explaining my displeasure but never got a reply. Think I said Sausage too many time in the letter.
Thanks Leighton,@nomad wrote:Undo hub nut make sure drive shaft isnt siezed in hub Remove caliper hang up on strut with cable tie undo track rod end and lower ball joint undo two strut bolts then you got the whole assembley off on the backside you will see a dust cover remove that and should see snap ring remove then its ready to be pressed out....
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