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Old 12-05-2012, 10:52 AM
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Since he specifically said he installed the parts himself, I would think undertightening the axle nut could be an issue that would lead to bearing seperation. Let's not discount the fact that a lifted truck likely has larger tires which can place additional stresses on the hub assemblies. What about the brand of replacement parts? Used isn't a good option and neither are the el-cheapo's.
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