VIDEO: Freeing Seized Wheel Bearings: The Do's And Don'ts

VIDEO: Freeing Seized Wheel Bearings: The Do’s And Don’ts

Andrew Markel describes some common mistakes in removing a seized wheel bearing, as well as the right tools and procedures to prevent damaging the unit.

Andrew Markel describes some common mistakes in removing a seized wheel bearing, as well as the right tools and procedures to prevent damaging the unit. Sponsored by BCA Bearings.

Video courtesy Brake & Front End.

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