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A wheel bearing is a set of ball bearings sandwiched by large and small cylinders to allow smooth rotation of a shaft while minimizing friction and at the same time, keeping the shaft in place while rotating. The outer surface of a wheel bearing acts as a fixture while the inner surface holds the shaft firmly in place. As the shaft rotates, the inner cylinder of the wheel bearing rotates as well, going the same direction as the shaft. The ball bearings inside the wheel bearing provide smooth rotation of the inner cylinder to prevent wear and tear of the shaft and the wheel bearing itself. Corroded wheel bearing will result to rough rotation of the shaft, providing resistance to the rotation movement that causes tension and may cause damage both the driven and driving shaft. Auto Parts Network carries top quality parts to help your vehicle perform smoothly and efficiently. Hide
|1972 - Volvo 144||Front Outer|
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|1969 - Volvo 144||Front Inner|
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|1971 - Volvo 144||Front Inner|
|1972 - Volvo 144||Front Inner|
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