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Wheel Bearing

Bearings come in two types: single-row integral bearings, which can withstand high loads but only in one direction; and double-row integral bearings, which can withstand both axial and radial loads. Double row integral wheel bearings are divided into three types: replaceable bearings, which are mounted by pressing into the wheel hub; bearings integrated with the wheel hub; and complete bearing sets. 

When do you need to replace a wheel bearing? 

It is advisable to replace the wheel bearing when the car has covered 150-200 thousand km. Bearing replacement is also required for mechanical damage such as severe wheel impact, road accidents (if the wheel has been struck). Or due to improper installation and operation. A whirring noise, which increases with the speed of the vehicle, indicates a fault. As the fault progresses, the noise becomes louder.

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