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Once you pull the wheels off of a car, the first thing that you see is the wheel hub staring straight back into your eyes. That's because the hubs are the part that the wheels bolt on to. They are round, have wheel studs sticking out of them, and are designed to spin with heavy loads sitting on them at all times. Guess what else bolts onto the hub? Brake rotors of course! Wheel hubs can be driven by the axles, or just freewheeling. Every wheel hub is, in some way, connected to a wheel bearing. They are either pressed or bolted together, and they frequently come as one "wheel hub and bearing" assembly. This makes installation significantly easier and cheaper. Just pull the old hub and bearing assembly off, and throw the new one on. No heavy duty pressing or special tools are needed.

Once you pull the wheels off of a car, the first thing that you see is the wheel hub staring straight back into your eyes. That's because the hubs are the part that the wheels bolt on to. They are round, have wheel studs sticking out of them, and are designed to spin with heavy loads sitting on them at all times. Guess what else bolts onto the hub? Brake rotors of course! Wheel hubs can be driven by the axles, or just freewheeling. Every wheel hub is, in some way, connected to a wheel bearing. They are either pressed or bolted together, and they frequently come as one "wheel hub and bearing" assembly. This makes installation significantly easier and cheaper. Just pull the old hub and bearing assembly off, and throw the new one on. No heavy duty pressing or special tools are needed.

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Hubs themselves rarely have issues because they are simple blocks of steel. The most common reason to replace a wheel hub is because the bearing that is attached to it has failed. Wheel bearings can fail because of age, dirt and water contamination, or improper installation. Most hubs that are driven by axles require a very specific torque when installing. If that torque is too tight or too loose, the life of the wheel bearing can become shortened. That said, most wheel hub and bearing assemblies are very do-it-yourself friendly. If you can replace brakes yourself, you probably won't have any trouble with a hub either.

Hubs themselves rarely have issues because they are simple blocks of steel. The most common reason to replace a wheel hub is because the bearing that is attached to it has failed. Wheel bearings can fail because of age, dirt and water contamination, or improper installation. Most hubs that are driven by axles require a very specific torque when installing. If that torque is too tight or too loose, the life of the wheel bearing can become shortened. That said, most wheel hub and bearing assemblies are very do-it-yourself friendly. If you can replace brakes yourself, you probably won't have any trouble with a hub either.