Over 9000 years
I have a 2004 prius and at present it has 285000 miles on it with very little maintainence . 1 set of plugs, 1set of front and rear brakes, 1right front wheel bearing and 2 left front wheel bearings.
The wheel bearings are sealed and should last a long time. If you think they are bad you would have to replace the bearings they cannot be repacked.
because the wood is bad quality and won't last long and the trucks and bearings are useless.
Nope these bearings will probaly last you more than a couple of times in the rain but i wouldnt count on them, they should be able to last but make sure you maintain them and they should last a long time :)
There is no best type of bearing as each does a specific type of load-bearing for different types of fans. Sleeve bearings are by far the most common type but they don't last very long. Ball bearings last longer, but they're somewhat pricey. Fluid-dynamic bearings are pretty much like the first type but last much longer.
your lace front can last more than 2 years or more it depends how u can take care of ur lace front.
Bearings on Inifinitis should be replaced after every 30,000 km. If not, they can start grinding with or without noise. If you drive in this fashion for a while, you risk losing a wheel.
that depends if you're getting a complete(deck, trucks, wheels, and bearings) or if you're not, then bearings are separate. Although if some bearings cost more than a deck, they can last very long if you clean them at least once or twice every month. The best bearings belong to bones swiss! good luck 13 years skateboarding
You can drive until the bearings fail, but this risks causing other damage and making the repair more expensive. If you know the bearings are failing and you don't plan on getting rid of the car in the near future, you may as well bite the bullet and get the bearings replaced.
The war on the western front lasted for 4 years, from 1914 to 1918.
a few days or a few hours
it may last long, but don't worry they'll come out.
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about 2 hours
Here is the short answer. See Related Links for the long answer! Gather your tools. Park the car on a level surface. Jack up the car, block the rear wheels, set the parking brake. Remove the old bearings. Grease: coats the races and pack the bearings. Reassemble onto the car.
four months. ehehe, jokes, idno.
Depends on your driving habits.
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In theory the front wheel bearings require 3 hours to replace, all going well this would be about right but I had serious trouble removing the one of the axel nuts- very tight. The job requires speical pullers to remove the bearings but with them and limited mechanical skill I was able to do it