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What’s the Top Cause of Wheel Bearing Failure?

Whether it is water and other contaminants seeping past wheel bearing seals and causing corrosion, or excessive friction resulting in changes to metallurgy and premature wear and tear, neglect is the number one cause of wheel bearing failure. If your wheel bearing assemblies are not routinely inspected, repaired or replaced when there are obvious signs of wear and tear, your bearings are more than likely to fail. Properly installed and maintained OE-quality wheel hub assemblies and bearings last longer, and are less prone to failure.

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