Earthquake? bad wheel bearing, tie rod inner or outer ball joints upper and lower
Check upper ball joints and outer tie rods.Check upper ball joints and outer tie rods.
Raise the car up and check out the lower ball joints. You can grab the upper arm and if it rocks you need to replace the lower ball joints. Also look at the outer tie rods and suspension components
most likely it is a wheel bearing on its way out. If you turn left and the sound disappears, its most likely either going to be the outer bearing on the left wheel or the inner bearing on the right wheel. Sound disappearing when turning to the right is just the opposite: outer right, inner left. It can be both but not usually.
The accuracy between the inner and outer ring when running a radial bearing
To replace a rear wheel bearing of a VT Commodore, remove the hub from the car and press it in and out. The bearing has an inner and outer seal. The inner seal has a magnet for the abs sensor. Make sure to install the new bearing before the abs will pick up a speed fault.
that vehicle has a total of 11 grease fittings. two upper ball joints two lower ball joints, two outer and two inner ball joints, two on the idler arm and one on the pitman arm.
Bearing needs to be pressed old out and new pressed in. Cost about $40 to have it removed from auto shop. But you can install it by chilling (freezer) the replacement bearing overnight and then heat the hub (200 oven don't want to melt the inner bearing seal) and drive the new bearing in with a soft hammer or wood block. Don't forget the bearing seals innerfirst before the bearing and then outer after bearing is in. Best to remove hub and do it on a bench.
1969 Holden HT does not have king pins they have upper and lower arms with inner pivot bushes and outer ball joints
The bearing number can be checked out depends on the size of ID (Inner Diameter), OD (Outer Diameter) and H (Height) of this bearing.
there are 2 wheel bearings on all wheels there is an inner and outer bearing the inner bearing being bigger that the outer bearing
No. Either the inner, or outer, at least one race, has to be a press fit, otherwise it is no longer a bearing that is needed. A bushing would work. With both races turning you eliminate the bearing.