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Old 02-02-2017, 10:07 PM   #1
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So what is going on with wheel bearings?

Hey all, its been a LONG while but I'm back for now lol.

Was doing winter maintenance and found my LF wheel bearing was starting to feel like crap, so needless to say I am going to replace it, and normally I do them in sets (just did the fronts in the DD Protege last year) but this kinda has me asking questions....


2010 MAZDA RX-8 1.3L R2 Wheel Bearing & Hub Assembly | RockAuto

Why in the actual hell are sets W/DSC more then non DSC? Keep in mind if its not timken or OEM I won't buy it (trust me on this people.)

Still will probably still roll with this price but was just wondering.
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Just one of those great mysteries in life, that will forever go unanswered.
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Old 03-07-2017, 01:15 PM   #3
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Base model (sport) 8's that do not have DSC/TC buttons do not have dynamic stability control (DSC) or traction control (TC). If your car has DSC/TC get the DSC/TC wheel bearings. If not, then don't.
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side question - how many miles and what type of driving do you do? I had my front left give out on me after about 57k - that was with occasional track use, with my favorite track being a CW track fwiw...
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