Wheel bearings operate under the adverse factors of load, driving force and braking inertia — and in the hostile environment of heat, cold, water, dust and dirt. That’s why they need to be routinely inspected, serviced and replaced.
To properly protect the metals and other materials of the system, the correct coolant and additives must be used.
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