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I need a diagram of the front hub assembley for a TF maga

I need a diagram of the front hub assembley for a TF magna,I have a little play in the rotor and im not sure if there inner and outer wheel bearings like the older cars. are there any websites that could help?

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Most likely(99%) you have pressed in bearing in to the hub, sience it's front wheel drive car.

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