Yes, on Buick Century 1991 you need to replace the whole hub, it is much easier than replacing individual bearings.
The front wheel bearings are a sealed unit so repacking is not possible nor necessary.
The wheel bearings are sealed units and can not be packed.
They are sealed bearings that come as part of the hub.
On your 99 fatboy you have timken tapered wheel bearings on the 01 fatboy you have sealed wheel bearings that aren't interchangeable. Timken does however make a cross reference replacement for the sealed wheel bearings. Due to the bearings having different axle bolt diameters
The front wheel bearings are sealed and are not greaseable.
These are sealed bearings, so a new "hub" assembly is required. Just the cost of the part at your local auto DIY shop is at least $100. I paid about $200 for the part and installation.
you don't they are sealed bearings. they will need pressed out of the hub to change them.
They are sealed bearings which need to be pressed into hub. There is no fixing them- replace only.
they are not adjustable they are sealed units
1954 buick century, 1955 buick century
Those with drum brakes, the bearings are NOT sealed - they are the very traditional type bearingsSee "Related Questions" below for more
I purchased the bearings and had my repair man do it. Very reasonable about $200
You can change the front wheel bearings on your 2000 Buick Regal without replacing the entire hub assembly. You can change each individual wheel bearing, if you choose.
If the truck is a 4 wheel drive, you can't repack the front wheel bearings. It has a sealed hub/bearing assembly that is not serviceable.
Front wheel bearings are a sealed unit. so the answer is no. run them till you wear em out.
sorry to have to tell you this but the bearings are part of the wheel hub and sealed within. you need to change the entire hub. $$$$$$$
the newer cars have sealed wheel bearings already in a bolt on hub assembly, some even come with abs sensors installed.the older cars had roller bearings & races that needed packed & adjusted. they both are wheel bearings.
No, they are no 'sealed bearings.' They have inner and outer conical bearings that must be pressed out, packed with grease, and pressed in. There is also a seal for them. The Inner bearings are pressed into the knuckle, the outer bearings are pressed onto the hub. The hub is then pressed into the knuckle.
They are a sealed bearing and are not greaseable.
They are sealed units and are not greaseable.
the front wheel bearings are a sealed unit, requiring a front hub assembly. when i bought mine it was a dealer item only
Jack it up, remove the wheel, pry off the center cap, remove the cotter pin and nut, then pull the bearings out with the hub. Note that some trailer bearings are sealed and replaced as an entire unit.
If it is not a sealed bearing then this is normal, in fact bearings must periodically be repacked. However if it is a newer vehicle with sealed bearing then this could mean a possible seal that has pushed out.
Depending on model year the now discontinued Oldsmobile Silhouette minivan type vehicle may have been equipped with a combination of pressed in and sealed wheel bearings. Sealed wheel bearings involve unbolting the hubs and replacing them with new units. Pressed in bearings must be removed, repacked with fresh grease and then pressed by industrial unit, then reinstalled. Machine shops can also repress in bearings if you do not have a press.