Is it side to side or rotational float?
On 9/21/09, allen c miller jr <email@example.com> wrote:
> i am experiencing about 3/16" of end-float with the driver`s side rear
> wheel, and as of now, no odd sounds when the wheel turns under load or when
> jacked up.
> before i tear the hub apart to trouble shoot, i'd like to finish out the
> fall season with this defect? i once did the bearings another BN2 and i
> remember that it was a rather long job, and that it takes a huge amount of
> force to untorque the nut with hthe 8-sided socket ( i ended up making a
> 6-foot breaker bar).
> allen miller
> any inputs from those of you who've had this condition -- can i baby the
> axle another 1000 miles, or am i at risk? i will try to pull the hub out
> enough to verify that the lock washer is still on, but if it is, can i drive
> on, or should i bite the bullet and break knuckles for a few days?
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