Pressing Wheel Bearings: Replacing Gen 1 or Cartridge Style Wheel Bearings - Tomorrows Technician

Pressing Wheel Bearings: Replacing Gen 1 or Cartridge Style Wheel Bearings

Sponsored By NTN

Date: August 27, 2020

When a wheel bearing makes noise on a late-model Ford Escape, Toyota Camry or VW Golf, do you wish you could ignore the noise? One of the most labor-intensive wheel bearings to replace is a Gen 1 cartridge-style bearing that is pressed into the knuckle. These types of bearings can be found on cars and SUVs from both domestic and import nameplate manufacturers. For most applications, there are no short cuts or “miracle” tools. During this free webinar we will look at ways to become more efficient and profitable when replacing Gen 1 cartridge-style wheel bearings.

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