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Old 11-28-2010, 01:41 AM
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Originally Posted by layback40 View Post
Is it the hub or the brake disk?
If its the disk, its not a worry as the lug bolts are not holding the disk tight.
If it is the hub then you have a wheel bearing job to do.
It's the hub. The rotor is totally glued on by rust. Do you think I damaged the bearing by whacking the rotor? Or can I at least tell myself this problem was already there? I think I knocked it loose because I never felt play in that wheel before when I checked. Mad at myself. I really don't want to buy more tools and more parts. Though I guess pressing the bearing in won't be too bad because I have a nice big press.
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