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The standard test for a wheel bearing goes something like this: Jack up the appropriate end/corner of the car and support it on axle-stands Grasp the wheel firmly at top and bottom and try to shake it - there should be a tiny amount of movement, any more is suspect. Repeat step 2 for side-to-side Spin the wheel and listen for any unusual noise, or ...


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Because it's cheaper to produce. And that may not be so bad since it's cheaper for you as well, to maintain at least. They are also smaller in dia (not width necessarily) for the same braking force when compared to discs. This is due to the fact that the entire surface of the brake pads press against (and at) the circumference (in an axial direction). If you ...


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Drum brake using smooth driving stop & load based vehicle must used drum brake.working parts are simple mechanisum.



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