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Old 07-27-2004, 06:41 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Jim W
It was indeed about 80 kms, then after that, the brakes seemed much better, and all my dash lights went off.

Out of habit I disengage the TC, but knowing somehting was wrong really razzes me.

You talked to my friend eh? very good
Do you know if the hub/bearings NEED replacing? Have you checked the wires/connectors yet?

What I'm leadin to is if you don't need to put in a NEW hub/bearing, but already bought it.. why put it on? You know sooner or later you'll have to change it anyways.. ( The way I see it, it'* like oil change.. why would you want to change your oil 2500KM if you don't have to change it @ minimum intervals of 5000km? *Which I don't do anyways 8000KM for me*
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