moebiscuits: Duuuude...you have no idea how much time and money you just saved me.
Thanks so much for this video!
seppo matikainen: thanks' mate on the video changing wheel bearing's help a lot.
charlie williams: hey dude great video,job very well done ,thanks a bunch
bigben3s: do you have a video for the full size trucks
PurA AntraXX: I was about to take mine to the shop for the racer removal...thanks alot
thegreendank1: Two quick yes no questions. is this fairly close to doing a 2005 chevy
equinox? Or is it more involved because of the all wheel drive? Thanks
1A Auto Parts: yes the set up is very similar. You might find that there are different
bolts holding everything together but the concept of the bearing being in
the actual rotor is the same.
Justin Burroughs: Thanks so much for saving me money! It feels awesome to fix your own ride!!
Jesse James: hi, i have a 95 sonoma 2wd. i bought it cheap and didnt realize it needed
alot of work now im fixing the front end finally i need pads and rotors and
wheel bearings, do the bearings come preloaded in the rotors? just pack
with grease and replace the whole thing?
engine386: Mechanic told me I don't need to worry about replacing the race, as they
usually never go bad. Is this true?
Troy Curfman: Thanks.. It's companies like yours who are doing a great job and offering
the knowledge for us diy'ers Very much appreciated.
Pepsifx357: I'm about to do it for my '91. lol I hoping for nothing less than bits of
metal coming out as I open the dust cap.
1A Auto Parts: Thanks for watching. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
1A Auto Parts: @sandtthomas1 They should. We have a great rotor and pad kit for your truck
on our website. Here's a link to them, we offer free shipping too.
sandtthomas1: So do all rotor assemblies come with the race installed for the s10 pickup?
Im getting ready to order a set from advance auto for my 2000 s10 and just
want to make sure. Great video. Thanks for taking the time to make these
and post them.
CubNole: My '93 just clocked 208,000 miles with the original wheel bearings....I
think I'll do this on my day off today. Also, very helpful videos. Thanks
for helping us out.
1A Auto Parts: Unfortunately the equinox is different that this because instead of having
a bearing inside the rotor, the vehicle has the bearing integrated into the
Gary Kliethermes: Good stuff, The tips on removing the seal and bearing races was helpful, as
I'd never replaced wheel bearings on an S10 before.
engine386: Is it necessary to replace the race. A mechanic told me that they usually
never go bad and I could just replace the bearing?
LittleMan00707: I have a 94 s10 4x2 pickup with 108k miles. When I checked the front wheel
bearings. I have some play. I would have to get my dial indicator to find
how much. I do not have odd sounds or play when driving. I have some
squealing with back up but I think that is my brakes. Can these be adjusted
at all and if so would you? Thank you.
jaker196: Would this be the same for a 91 s10?
1A Auto Parts: The bearings for the blazer are not in the rotors but are instead a
separate hub and bearing combo.
hanzzus: fantastic video. definitely going to change my brakes, calipers and rotors
on my 2001 s-10 this weekend. Saving me hundreds! Thanks!
sdboesenberg: HOLY MOLY!!!! Been looking for hours now for a video like this. I can
finally get my dad's truck finished. First time doing bearings. No other
video mentioned that the new rotors had the race installed. That was my
biggest hang-up. Thank you so much for posting this. It is the exact truck
my dad has and your instructions were super awesome! I cannot say thank you
enough, but THANK YOU!
Jon Steffin: Hello, I have an S10 that the hub fell apart on the road. So I am missing a
bunch of parts. Is there a rebuild kit I can get?
antbankz23: This the same for an 01 2wd blazer?
1A Auto Parts: We carry new hub bearings on our website 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
mario lopez: Hey men i have a question. I replace the rotors on my 96 chevy pickup 1500.
The new rotors should come with the race installed?
351WINCHESTER: My 99 s-10 p/u has 225K miles. I'm hearing a pretty loud noise from the
front end when going over a curb especially when the wheel is turned.
Should I buy a new hub or just replace the bearings and races? Thanks for
1A Auto Parts: Unfortunately if you are getting a noise from the front end, the bearings
are starting to break down and need to be replaced.
1A Auto Parts: New rotors usually have a race already installed in them.
1A Auto Parts: You're best bet would be to replace the whole rotor with the bearings.
Normally if the bearing is going bad, it wobbles causing the rotor to touch
the brake pads and wear unevenly.
1A Auto Parts: Thank you for checking us out. Have a great day!
1A Auto Parts: If the vehicle has a lot of miles on it, it wouldn't hurt to put a new one
in. It's not that hard to do.
Francesca Johnson: lower ball joint
1A Auto Parts: HI James, We carry new brake pad and rotor kits on our website with FREE
SHIPPING in the lower 48 states. You would need to pack the bearings and
place them into the new rotors. 1aauto.com 888-844-3383
antbankz23: So I would need to replace the whole hub assembly then cuz the hearings are
built in? That Sux I was hoping I could just switch out the bearing cuz
that would be alot cheaper! Darn Chevy for that :( Thanks for the reply,and
for all ur ur other videos,they have helped me a ton with my blazer!
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