Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2006 08:26:13 -0000
From: Elder <>
Subject: Re: Wheel bearing

In article <454f110c$0$7138$>, denise_researchnospampam* 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. -- Carl Robson Audio stream: Homepage: Now Playing at home:Killing Miranda-Discotheque necronomicon

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