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Old 08-16-2010, 10:54 PM   #1
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Wheel bearing problems or others ?

Hey how u all doin ~~

I had a whoppin, hummin sound only when drive from 60-65km speed on my 2000 honda EK then I did rotate the tired, after I rotate the tire the hummin noise starts at 40-45km speed.

I just brought a new Falken 912 tireds for the rear and spector tire(used abt 1 year only)at the front so shouldnt be the tire problem

I thought it was bad or banned rims in the begining(as my right side hit and went up to the curve one time, so then I brought a new sets of rim and the problem didnt go away.

Then, I thought then its the rear bearing so I preplace both rear bearing, I thought that's where the noise comes from, but after replace both rear bearing...the sound is still there....

Should I replace the front bearing as well but since I always thought the noise was from the rear..... but i might hear wrong.. I really wanted to stop spending money on the wrong part... (might be front wheel bearing or front tired or others ?)

needed help ~~ Thanks a lot
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Old 12-06-2010, 09:40 PM   #2
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If you do need front wheel hubs and bearing, I do have a set lying around.

Hey Dj909,

This is Tim. I just saw your posting and thought maybe you can use some helps.
I actually have a set of front wheel hubs and bearings. Let me know if you need them, they are brand new and still seal in the box.

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