Your car's wheel bearings are responsible for smooth wheel rotation and are usually found in the hub or on the rotor or drum brake. Wheel bearings are outfitted with oil seals which protect them from corrosion caused by moisture and dirt that gets into the brakes. You'll know you have a problem with your bearing if you're noticing problems with front suspension, noises coming from the brakes, uneven tire wire, and wheel play. Wheel bearings must be replaced as early as possible to prevent any further damage to your car's suspension and other components.
OEM Replacement Bearing BenefitsOriginal Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) wheel bearings are the genuine parts that are installed on your vehicle by default. However, when replacing your bearings with new ones, you can opt for a premium after-market option which is usually more cost-effective and can offer superior performance to the standard manufacturer part. Plus, with the variety on the market, you can even select premium features and tailor your vehicle to your lifestyle.
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