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Front end bearings need to be replaced

Front end hub & bearing wobble are these repairable if taken apart and new bearings installed? 2001 gmc Sierra 1500 truck w/ tow package

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Yes New bearing should do the trick

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YES THE BEARINGS ARE REPLACEABLE NO SWEAT

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