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Passenger side at end of axle losse inside rotor is loose on bearing and flopping inside with wheel off will just a bearing fix this

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Sounds like you need new bearings and coupler or just bearings. I would start by replacing the bearings. Couplers that hold the bearing in place don't usually brake. Not all models have them either. But bearings alone should fix this problem.

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Most likely it will be just the bearing, unless someone has driven it this way for prolonged time in this case it might need other parts as well such as a new axel, or even a rotor. if it has been the case then the axel nut that holds the axel in the bearing has gotten so hot the chances of loosining it up will be verry slim and verry hard to remove, thus damaging the axel nut threads. if nit is this loose, I would expect to replace the bearing and the axel.

Posted on Dec 31, 2010

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