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Lub and wheel bearins

How do i lub the wheel bearing on my Vegus Low, How often do they need lub

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There is no need to lube the wheel bearings. yhey are a sealed unit and the grease is sealed in. If you think they are noisy, or are worn out, then you need to replace them. 2008 model, the bearings should last for many years.

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