MellowVR4
(5" too short)
07/07/15 11:37 AM
Rear hub bearing question

So, about a month ago I replaced my driver side rear wheel bearings ( they were growling pretty bad ). While I was in their I removed the abs ring on the one side since, now when I take off I have a slight vibration on that one side... Would removing the abs ring cause a balance issue to happen?

Any help would be great, thanks.


89Mirageman
(It's no Mirage, man)
07/07/15 11:48 AM
Re: Rear hub bearing question

Doesn't that ring just slip on? Can't see that cause a vibration, I'd look elsewhere.

prove_it
(my racist jokes aren't actually funny)
07/07/15 11:58 AM
Re: Rear hub bearing question

Did you torque your wheel?

Abs ring removal won't cause that issue.


iceman69510
(Turn Right Racing)
07/07/15 12:00 PM
Re: Rear hub bearing question

Did you reuse the correct shoulder bolts for the axle cups? Very important to use those in that type of load application.

MellowVR4
(5" too short)
07/07/15 01:04 PM
Re: Rear hub bearing question

I reused the hardware for the cups, I did not torque my wheel tho.

MellowVR4
(5" too short)
07/07/15 01:18 PM
Re: Rear hub bearing question

Unless my caliper is sticking, it really only happens when I get on it. fades away tho.

prove_it
(my racist jokes aren't actually funny)
07/07/15 01:33 PM
Re: Rear hub bearing question

Quoting MellowVR4:

I did not torque my wheel tho.




Really? Start there, I bet your wheel isn't fully seated.


MellowVR4
(5" too short)
07/07/15 01:44 PM
Re: Rear hub bearing question

I will do that and report back. Thanks


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