Recommending Gen 1 Wheel-Bearing Kits

Recommending Gen 1 Wheel-Bearing Kits

The primary signs of failure in a Gen 1 wheel bearing are noise and play.

Removing and installing Gen 1 wheel bearings is no easy task, and it certainly requires the correct tools and patience. 

With that in mind, make sure your customers have everything they need to do job right the first time when you’re recommending replacement Gen 1 bearings.

This video is sponsored by The Pronto Network.     

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