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    Wheel bearings ???

    My rear wheel bearings are showing some wear. I can fell a little movement when I grab the wheel. Not terrible, but definitely some movement. Mostly left rear. How far do you let them go before changing ? What brand is best to use ?
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    oem, I'd change them now

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    what kind of mileage are most getting out of originals ? i have 875 on these.
    2016 Alpine white Wolverine EPS
    Kenwood 2-way radio w/frs frequencies
    Super ATV half windshield tinted
    Viper Max 4000 widespool winch
    Dragonfire 3" 4-point harnesses
    2" Super ATV lift
    Pyle audio system
    Yamaha over fenders
    4" cage chop
    27" tusk Terabites

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    Dot Weld Offroad Tinted Half Windshield
    Viper Max 4000 widespool winch
    Tusk Slammer Wheels
    Maxxis Bighorns
    Camo soft top
    Dynatech CDI
    JBS Sheave
    BDD Tunes
    CFM 2" lift

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    I just changed my brakes at 1046 miles and the bearing were still tight on mine.

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    I got 2500 out of my first set

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    How bad were they. Maybe mine don't need changed yet.

    i pm'd you.

    Quote Originally Posted by WV Hot Rod Rhino View Post
    I got 2500 out of my first set

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    2016 Alpine white Wolverine EPS
    Kenwood 2-way radio w/frs frequencies
    Super ATV half windshield tinted
    Viper Max 4000 widespool winch
    Dragonfire 3" 4-point harnesses
    2" Super ATV lift
    Pyle audio system
    Yamaha over fenders
    4" cage chop
    27" tusk Terabites

    09 450 Red Rhino
    Dot Weld Offroad Tinted Half Windshield
    Viper Max 4000 widespool winch
    Tusk Slammer Wheels
    Maxxis Bighorns
    Camo soft top
    Dynatech CDI
    JBS Sheave
    BDD Tunes
    CFM 2" lift

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    Take the little dust seals out of the bearings with a pick carefully and pack them with grease. New ones come with basically no grease.

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    BDD- maybe you have already focused on this but I discovered on the Rhino with same type knuckle arrangement that you can get some movement in the knuckle that will give you a false impression of wheel bearings. When in doubt I jack mine up and put my finger in the knuckle slot between the knuckle and axle and rock it to see if that is the bearing movement and watch also the top knuckle bushings with a good light.
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    I am familiar with this but did not check as you described. Thanks for the heads up.
    2016 Alpine white Wolverine EPS
    Kenwood 2-way radio w/frs frequencies
    Super ATV half windshield tinted
    Viper Max 4000 widespool winch
    Dragonfire 3" 4-point harnesses
    2" Super ATV lift
    Pyle audio system
    Yamaha over fenders
    4" cage chop
    27" tusk Terabites

    09 450 Red Rhino
    Dot Weld Offroad Tinted Half Windshield
    Viper Max 4000 widespool winch
    Tusk Slammer Wheels
    Maxxis Bighorns
    Camo soft top
    Dynatech CDI
    JBS Sheave
    BDD Tunes
    CFM 2" lift

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    I bet it's those bushings at the top and bottom of the rear knuckle. I think they get some movement really quick. I always let them go a while before I mess with them. It's best to have someone else shake the wheel while you get in there and see what's moving. I got parts I didn't need one time, and didn't get the parts I needed because I thought I could see good enough without help. Seems to soon for wheel bearings, but you never know.
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