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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-24-2012, 07:55 PM Thread Starter
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Question needing some help: humming noise

hello im tony and im new at this so please be patient with me. is it difficult to replace a hub and bearing assembly on a 2008 nitro. also when i cut the wheel left the humming noise seems to go away does this mean anything.
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hello im tony and im new at this so please be patient with me. is it difficult to replace a hub and bearing assembly on a 2008 nitro. also when i cut the wheel left the humming noise seems to go away does this mean anything.
Tonyn I guess you are talking about the front or are you talking about the rear?

Anyway let me see what I can find out for you and check back since I will post what I find. Good Luck!

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hi rick. its the front. i think drivers side. any info would be deeply appreciated. regards. tony.
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I have printed out service manual instructions and will post shortly. What you are asking for is to replace the front rotor that includes the bearing too. Right? A machine shop may be able to just replace the bearing if the rotor is not needed to be replace also.

Stay tuned, more to follow.

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