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The most common and most easily identifiable symptom of a bad wheel bearing is an audible one. If you notice a grinding or grating noise coming from your wheel or tire, take note that this is very likely caused by a bad wheel bearing—especially if the noise gets louder as the vehicle accelerates.
Another revealing sign of bad wheel bearings: A car that feels loose as you drive it. Looseness can be difficult to convey, but basically, it refers to steering your car and finding that it seems less responsive or less precise than usual. Loose steering is not always due to a problem with the wheel bearings, but it very often can be. Sometimes the wheel bearings can become worn down, which causes them to loosen within your wheel assembly.
A related phenomenon is pulling. When you drive, does the car go where you tell it to or does it seem like it has a mind of its own, veering in a particular direction? Again, this is not always because of a problem with the wheel bearing, but that can certainly be a culprit.

SKF VKBA 3328 wheel bearings

Steel ASTM, SAE
W1 SAE J-437, ASTM A-68

SKF VKBA 3557 wheel bearings

67400 3.8
44300 35mm

SKF VKBA 756 wheel bearings

0.3 mm 1 mm
2.15 g 0.8 mm

SKF VKBA 969 wheel bearings

Steel 12.71 lbs
6.5000 in 1.8750 in

SKF VKBA 3526 wheel bearings

SS RoHS, REACH, DRC Con
Sintered Bronze Oil- 9001:2008 &

FAG 713630110 wheel bearings

In Stock Open Type
22232cc/w33-qbl 160mm

SKF VKBA 904 wheel bearings

5-3/16 in Uncoated
053893413426 5.8750 in

Toyana CRF-43.80066 wheel bearings

Open Non-Expansion Bearin
QMPL 22 lbs

Ruville 6508 wheel bearings

26300 lbs 0.5000 in
5.1900 in Four-Bolt Square

Toyana CX525 wheel bearings

130mm 87.9
25mm In Stock

SNR R152.17 wheel bearings

1.8125 in 053893363639
67388 5.0000 in

Toyana CX195 wheel bearings

Heavy Duty 2.0000 in
2.323 in Lubrication Fitting
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