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Id take it to the track and make sure to take your wrench with you. It should be ok but if not you should hear it or the hub should get loose before any real problem. Just watch it after EVERY session. That said, when time permits, I would replace them yourself and know that you are good to go.

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Yeah, that's kinda what I had in mind. She's still not making any noise and it's still snug, though I've put only about 300 street miles on her since tightening.

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Run It!!! When the bearing starts to fail it will make noise, it's a slow process you'll know!!! Also the nut is not going to come off on the track. Just jack the car up and check for play at the DE. If it loosens up again you may need a new nut not a bearing.

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