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Wheel Bearing & Hub Bearing Kits

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Wheel Bearing & Hub Bearing Kits

What You Need To Know About Buying Wheel Bearings And Hub Bearings.

This part of the vehicle allows the smooth turning of wheels and general travelling of the car. The wheel bearings and hub bearings require replacement due to general wear and tear over time. One of the key indicators of worn wheel bearings is the noise they begin to make, lack of stability or the steering wheel appearing ‘light’.

If you are unsure whether your wheel bearings or hub bearings have worn, we would recommend visiting a local garage or dealership to advise on the condition of the vehicles bearings. Our products will be a more cost-effective option than the dealership, so you may choose to buy from Ultimate Styling and pay a local garage to fit the part.

Notes: Flange diameter is the overall diameter of the hub bearing.
Some of the parts may only be suited to vehicles with rear discs or rear drums.

Wheel Bearing & Hub Bearing Terms Buying Guide

Here is an explanation of the terms used to help you choose the right Wheel Bearing Kit for your car

Wheel Bearing Kit A kit containing a Wheel Bearing & can include circlips, split pins, seals, packs of grease etc.
Hub Bearing Kit A wheel Hub Assembly which includes a wheel bearing & accessories.
ASB Active Sensor Bearing
ABS Anti-lock Braking System.
Flange Diameter The overall diameter of the Hub Bearing
Integrated ABS Sensor ABS Sensor included with the Bearing
Rear Discs To suit vehicles fitted with Rear Discs
Rear Drums To suit vehicles fitted with Rear Discs
(->ch.12335) To suit vehicles with a chassis number up to 12345.
(ch.12345->) To suit vehicles with a chassis number greater than 12345.
(Eng.CJCA) To suit vehicles with engine type CJCA.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the different wheel bearing & hub bearing kits available?
Wheel bearing kits contain the wheel bearing and may include circlips, split pins, seals, grease etc. These details will be given in the product description.
A hub bearing kit includes the wheel bearing plus accessories, this will be stated on the product specification.

What other features need to be considered when purchasing wheel bearings or hub bearings?
So for example some of the kits sold by Ultimate Styling may or may not include suitability with additional features such as ASB and ABS.
ASB is active sensor bearing. These will be different to the standard bearing kits, potentially requiring to purchase from the dealership. Another example is ABS which is anti-lock braking system. This has become a standard feature on cars over the years as it maintains the vehicles contact with the road, decreasing potential skidding of the vehicle. The majority of our products will include ABS bearing, please refer to the product specification section of the part where it will be clearly stated. If however you are unsure contact a member of our sales team. Some of the products may have integrated ABS sensors this means the sensor is included within the bearing itself.

What are the symptoms of front wheel bearing issues?
Front wheel bearing issues can manifest themselves in a number of ways but the most common are a rumbling noise and a lack of stability in steering.

How do I check wheel bearings?
We recommend that you take it to a professional garage, either a local provider or the local dealer of your car brand.

How much does a wheel bearing cost?
We have an excellent range of competitively priced front wheel bearings and rear wheel bearings. As costs differ between makes and models we are unable to ascertain a specific price without knowing your vehicle registration number.

How do I test for bad wheel bearings?
There is only one way to determine if your wheel bearing needs replacing and that is to take your vehicle to a local independent garage or main dealer.

How to repair a wheel bearing?
We recommend that all wheel bearings are professionally fitted by a fully qualified mechanic

What is a wheel bearing hub?
A wheel bearing hub plays a vital part in the forward movement of the wheels of a car and also the safety of the vehicle.

How to check wheel bearings on a trailer?
Wheel bearing on a trailer should be checked regularly for signs of wear and tear to prevent costly repairs and inconvenience and we recommend that you do this by taking to your local garage.

How to pack wheel bearings?
Packing wheel bearings refers to ensuring they are well greased to allow the moving parts to run smoothly. This also alleviates any unnecessary wear and tear. To ensure this is done correctly a step by step process, which can be specific to vehicle makes and models. This should be followed with care and, if you should be in any doubt at all, a professional should be consulted.

What grease do I use for wheel bearings?
Any specialised wheel bearing grease will be suitable for most wheel bearings although we do recommend that this is done by a professional mechanic to ensure the longevity and correct performance of the wheel bearings.