Question about 2005 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD 2WD
I have an 2005 HD 2500 crew cab truck and it has a 6" lift. I keep going through front wheel bearings. What can I do?
I just came across your posting, If you're still having this issue, it may be due to the offset of your wheels. Too much offset can cause excessive load on the outboard bearings. If you have wheels that move the centerline of the wheel too far outboard of the bearing, then you will generally be putting too much stress on the bearing/hub assembly. as you know your vehicle has a unitized bearing assembly. If the bearing is being overloaded on the outer edge by too much offset it will fail over time. hope this helps
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