Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2006 09:26:54 +0000 From: "Charles C." <c.k.christacopoulos.removeme.nospamee.ac.uk> Subject: Re: Wheel bearing
Elder wrote: > In article <454f110c$0$7138$a8266bb1nospam.titannews.com>, > denise_researchnospampam*hotmail.com says... >>> What were the symptoms that meant a bearing had to be changed? >>> What are the symptoms of "does not feel right" now? >> There was a a bit of 'movement' through the steering I could detect, it's >> difficult to describe, but its the same again. >> > If bearings haven't been properly fitted they can go bad quicker than > normal. This usually means they haven't been fitted dead straight with a > press, or they have been beaten in and it has forced something into a > shape it shouldn't be in. > > Not always of course. But sometimes. This does not apply to a 9000. The bearings seem to come fitted in a kind of mini hub (or that is what it looks like in the manual). Charles -- Please remove _removeme_ to reply.