10 PCS Bearing Race & Seal Driver Installer Kit

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  • $69.99
  • Regular price $89.99

Easy Race and Seal Installation

“I don't replace seals very frequently, maybe once or twice a month, so this kit is perfect for me. I was changing axle bearings and seals in a 7.5" rear end on a 2009 Ford Ranger; I had to reduce the 59mm driver to 57mm to fit the bearings, but after that was done, they worked well for both the bearing and the seal.” - Jayson W.

Why Buy This Kit?

✅ Durable: This kit is made of high-strength aluminum. It has a high-quality finish that prevents the bearing from being damaged while in use. In addition, the driver has a solid knurled handle for added grip and control.

✅ Versatile: It has 9 different sizes of collars/discs that fit most standard wheel bearings. The tapered sides of the disc tools are used to install races, while the flat sides are used to place or install the seals. The collars are compatible with most wheel-bearing race sizes.

✅ Convenient: For easy transport, storage, and organizing, this kit includes a blow-molded plastic carrying case.

📝Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: What is the main purpose of this kit?

A: The kit for Automotive Wheel Bearing work allows for easy race and seal installation, without damaging the axle housing. It will also you to effortlessly reset your hub bearings.

Q: What are the compatible bearings for this kit?

A: It is suitable for seating bearings on cars, small engine trucks, motorcycles, etc.

Q: How do I know if wheel bearing needs replacing?

A: If you notice any of the following:

  • Humming noise. squealing, growling, and clicking sound
  • Wheel Wobbles
  • ABS Failure
  • Uneven Tire Wear
  • Vehicle Pulls to One Side when brakes are applied
  • Steering Wheel Vibration

Q: How often should I change my wheel bearings?

A: Wheel bearings typically last between 85,000 and 100,000 miles before needing to be replaced. Some vehicles have wheel bearings that endure a long time, while others require replacement pretty frequently. It all depends on the quality of your wheel bearings and your regular driving conditions.