Date: Thu, 18 Nov 1999 21:44:40 +0100
From: Johan Karl Larsen <jklnopsamno>
Subject: Re: 94 900S and rear wheel bearings

James and Chris, thanks for the input. I think the bearings are of the sealed type. The wiring I found behind the dust cap is probably some ABS stuff. I'm not 100 pst shure, but it looks that way. So, I figure a trip to the local Saab garage will be the safest solution to my problem. Sooner or later the bearing will break down, and as you all know, things always happen one or two days before you are ready to set out on your holiday ;-) -- Johan Chris Ault wrote: > James H. E. Maugham wrote: > > > > Really? You need a new dust cap if you grease the wheel bearings? New > > one on me. The dust caps on my 9K are reusable, unless you deform them > > getting them off. The adjustment I referred to was the hub nut, which is > > certainly adjustable for torque and is something you would check during > > reassembly after greasing the bearings. > > You're right, a new dust cap is not required like you say. > Looks like we're referring to two different types of bearings. Those that > I've worked on are sealed and need no greasing nor adjustment. > > cheers! > -chris > > (sorry for the noise Johan!)

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