VIDEO: Hub Flange Runout Measurement

VIDEO: Hub Flange Runout Measurement

Find out why it's essential you measure the hub flange before a brake job. This video is sponsored by GSP North America.

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All hub flanges have some degree of runout. This is why there are tolerances in the service specification.

A flange may have up to .005” of runout, but it is impossible to see the damage with the naked eye. This is why measuring the hub flange with a dial indicator is essential when replacing a wheel bearing, axle shaft or brake rotor. This video is sponsored by GSP North America.

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