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580k rear wheel bearing
|Dave||I have an 88 580k that is working fine but going down the road I have been noticing increased vibration in the rear axles. I lifted the tires off the ground and there is just a little play in the right wheel, like a little wheel bearing wear. My question is should I tear it apart now and fix it or is this fairly normal? If it should be repaired now what's the best way to do this? It's a series 1
|AJ||Those bearings are preloaded when the axle shaft was installed,and should have no play,the outer bearing is grease lubricated and it's that one that usually fails,you would need to change the bearings,I am sending you an email.
|Dave||Thanks AJ very very helpful!!
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