Bruce; concerning tip number 2 of 75. I packed my wheel bearings on my NAA and tried to install new seals, rubber side toward the spindle. But I can't get the bearing to seat. It's either loose on the spindle (the wheel has play when I rock it back and forth) or too tight. What am I doing wrong? If I put them in " backwards " then I can adjust the bearings just fine.
Re: A question for Bruce or anyone in reply to Jim L WA, 08-09-2018 17:08:05
I ordered them from this site. 2 ea. NCA1190A Ford seal front wheel hub. They sent me one NCA1190A and one S.60773 (replaces NCA1190A). They both looked alike. When I install them, how far am I supposed to drive them in? I drove one in until it seated against the bearing. I'm kind of thinking that might be the problem.
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