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    Honda Wheel Bearing ?

    This b!tch hums at speeds over 40 sounds like its coming from the right rear
    i jacked it up tonight at work during break and tried wiggling the rear wheels
    and they have no play in them so i removed the wheels and drums and spun the hubs
    no grinding or wiggling


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    Re: Honda Wheel Bearing ?

    Just run that POS in to a tree.



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    Re: Honda Wheel Bearing ?

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    Just run that POS in to a tree.
    im about to run this d!ck across your face



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    Re: Honda Wheel Bearing ?

    are the tires cupped? look at the tread pattern to see if there is high/low spots. Is there camber wear? check these things



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    Re: Honda Wheel Bearing ?

    when it starts to hum, does it go away when you make a turn in either direction? if it does than it's most definitely your wheel bearing and you'll just need to order a new one. if not than it's probably a tire tread issue that causing the hum, you'll need to replace the tire.



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    Re: Honda Wheel Bearing ?

    Quote Originally Posted by fasfocus00 View Post
    when it starts to hum, does it go away when you make a turn in either direction? if it does than it's most definitely your wheel bearing and you'll just need to order a new one. if not than it's probably a tire tread issue that causing the hum, you'll need to replace the tire.
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    Re: Honda Wheel Bearing ?

    Just because you can not feel play or hear grinding when spinning hubs by hand does not mean they are not bad... I also change them out in pairs whenever I change them, if one side is noisy, odds are the other side will be soon too...




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    Re: Honda Wheel Bearing ?

    Quote Originally Posted by RARECRX View Post
    are the tires cupped? look at the tread pattern to see if there is high/low spots. Is there camber wear? check these things
    No camber and nit sure on cupped but I notced when I make a right turn the noise is normal but when I make a left turn it starts doing the wah wah wah or something but yea right turns steady noise left turns it makes a throbbing sound right rear I want to say

    I'm guessing when you make a left turn at speed all the weight goes to the right rear



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    Re: Honda Wheel Bearing ?

    Not sure if you got your answer but yes thats how it works.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Shroomic View Post
    Not sure if you got your answer but yes thats how it works.
    ok changed one the big hum is gone now i have a quieter hum from the left side.....so both bearings are done lol fuuuuu



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    Quote Originally Posted by NIHL8ION View Post
    I also change them out in pairs whenever I change them, if one side is noisy, odds are the other side will be soon too...
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    ok changed one the big hum is gone now i have a quieter hum from the left side.....so both bearings are done lol fuuuuu



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    me and you gon be noisy




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    Re: Honda Wheel Bearing ?

    looks cute. should fit in the back of my truck!!!




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    Re: Honda Wheel Bearing ?

    put it in the air grab the coil spring and spin the tire, if one of the bearings is bad you'll feel it.



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