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The only way to measure the rear bearing runout {play}, is with a dial indicator located on the far outside of a perfectly flat rear rotor.
As the axle & rotor assembly is rotated, there is a maximum of .004 runout tolerance allowed, as read on the indicator.
This is so small of a measurement that it can NOT be seen with the naked eye, anything seen by the naked eye is very bad.

While your videos are an eye opener to a problem, further disassembly and inspection is required, in order to find out exactly what is wrong with your rear axle assemblies.

Best of luck.

Mark

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