VIDEO: Bearing Noise With Zero Play

VIDEO: Bearing Noise With Zero Play

Andrew Markel explains how a bearing that's making noise, but maintaining zero play, can cause a wheel bearing issue down the road.

Andrew Markel explains how a bearing that’s making noise, but maintaining zero play, can cause a wheel bearing issue down the road. Sponsored by BCA Bearings.

Video courtesy Brake & Front End.

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