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Old 12-21-2005, 08:31 PM   #11
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Is alighment and all other parts of the RF up to par? I'd start to think something is causing you to burn them up.
My mechanic checked the front end and everything is "up to par". Alignment, CV Boots/Bearings, Ball Joints, Tie Rod Ends, the angles of the dangels, Struts, all check out good. The bearing that I installed a year ago was installed correctly as well. Something somehow got into that bearing and caused it to fail. I just hope I get more than 25,000 miles out of this one.
Sometimes it just happens that way...

I have replaced both of the front bearings on Both the 91LE and 95 SE as one side always seemed to fail right after the other...

No telling how long they will last... So far I have gotten about 35,000 out of the first for the 95, and 26,000 or 27,000 out of the other... So anything goes..

Glad you got it fixed...

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