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Old 04-09-2005, 11:33 AM   #11
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LOL i still love that commentary.... did you practice

prolly reading from a sheet huh?
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OMG You were driving it like that.... Wow...

My 95 never made it past 120,000 on the front hub assemblies... One went 4 months after the other....

On my 91 I replaced the passenger front hub over a year ago, and now the drivers front is going...lol

200,000 miles... all I can say is wow

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wow i have never seen that before
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::cough:: alignment ::cough cough::

Hahaha actually my alignment is dead on and the wheel is perfectly straigh....so I ain't gonna worry about that. Maybe before I throw some nice tires on her I will though.
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Had the same problem myself, just not quite that extreme. The new part looks a lot nicer doesn't it?
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Ya...drives alot nicer smoother and quieter too......LMAO

I often wondered why???? These bearing only have 51K on them....the others had 201K on them.....So theoreticly I'm good for another 150k! hehehe

I think my wandering and dead spots in the steering wheel could be contributed to my craptacular tires....This car has just completely destroyed them....So I figure I should get my baby some nice new shoes and then see if I still have problems. If you never seen what my car did to my tires here ya go:

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And I thought my tires were completely bald! If I drove around with those tires on my car in the winter I would probably be dead.
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Ya I had a hard time trying to figure out why I couldn't go anywhere or stop in the snow until I rotated them LOL
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dang man, thas not right
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yeah...them tires were on ly on the front for 8k miles.....they were really descent before they got on the car too
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