Wheel bearings & hub assembly repairs
Squeaking, squealing, grinding and groaning sounds coming from your wheels? They don’t need maintenance often, but when they do, they’ll let you know. The bearings and hub assembly are a set of steel balls held together in a metal ring that keep your wheels connected to the suspension and steering. They help reduce friction when the wheel spins. You’ll know you need to address the problem when sound effects increase around corners, your car may handle looser than usual, and you may experience vibrations and wobbling as you steer. Your car may also randomly pull to one side. If you ignore the problem, you could lose a wheel or see smoke coming from it. We can repair and replace these components and have you back on the road before you know it.
We offer a variety of tire services and auto work to enhance your vehicle’s performance. Yourfriendly Tire Pros location will help you determine what you need, because every situation is different. We’re here to make sure you have the most informative, easy-going experience possible.
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