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Originally Posted by johnsontsui View Post
nice job
Thanks! Update. When I went to Remove the Installed Hub, I found that the Inner Bearing And Seal we’re sitting on the Spindle! I then remembered that the seal did not go in as tight as I thought it should so o measured the ID of the New Hub with the Old Hub. The Factory was 52 MM and the New Hub was 52.3mm (0.012” larger) so I sent the Hubs back for a refund. I installed the new Bearings and Races in he Old Hubs and the Problem STILL went away.

After cleaning the Old Bearings I could see that they were Copper In color. Worn past the hard Chrome and Nickel down to the Copper Plate on the steel. KISS! Keep It Simple Stupid” applies here. Hard to believe, but the entire problem was the wheel bearing had worn out! All I can think is since they were “Only” about 90,000 Miles Old was originally Installed too tight or not the best Quality Bearings! I appreciate everyone’s help and PM’s.
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