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Buy Hub bearing SKF VKBA 3656 Inner Diameter: 30mm
Wheel Bearing Kit
Article number: VKBA 3656
£ 36,17
incl. 20% VAT , excl. delivery costs,
  • Inner diameter [mm]: 30
  • Supplementary Article / Info 2: with integrated ABS sensor
  • Rim Hole Number: 5
  • Flange Ø [mm]: 136,5
  • SKFWheel Bearing Kit
  • Item numberVKBA 3656
  • Manufacturer's suggested retail price£ 48,88
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Buy Wheel bearing kit SKF VKBA 6788
Wheel Bearing Kit
Article number: VKBA 6788
£ 71,70
incl. 20% VAT , excl. delivery costs,
  • Supplementary Article / Info 2: with integrated ABS sensor
  • Rim Hole Number: 5
  • Flange Ø [mm]: 136
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  • Item numberVKBA 6788
  • Manufacturer's suggested retail price£ 96,89
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Buy Wheel hub bearing SKF VKBA 3684 Ø: 69mm, Inner Diameter: 38mm
Wheel Bearing Kit
Article number: VKBA 3684
£ 31,44
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  • Inner diameter [mm]: 38
  • Supplementary Article / Info 2: with integrated ABS sensor
  • Diameter [mm]: 69
  • Width 2 [mm]: 39
  • Width 1 [mm]: 34
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Buy Axle shaft bearing SKF VKBA 6654
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  • Supplementary Article / Info 2: with integrated ABS sensor
  • Rim Hole Number: 4
  • Flange Ø [mm]: 131
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Buy Wheel bearing SKF VKBA 6546 Inner Diameter: 45mm
Wheel Bearing Kit
Article number: VKBA 6546
£ 64,88
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  • Inner diameter [mm]: 45
  • Supplementary Article / Info 2: with integrated ABS sensor
  • Width [mm]: 42,25
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Buy Hub bearing SKF VKBA 6585 Ø: 82mm
Wheel Bearing Kit
Article number: VKBA 6585
£ 75,12
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  • Supplementary Article / Info 2: with integrated ABS sensor
  • Diameter [mm]: 82
  • Rim Hole Number: 5
  • Flange Ø [mm]: 136,5
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Buy Wheel bearing kit FAG 713 6109 90 Ø: 136,40mm
Wheel Bearing Kit
Article number: 713 6109 90
£ 75,17
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  • Supplementary Article / Supplementary Info: Photo corresponds to scope of supply
  • Diameter [mm]: 136,40, 80,00
  • Number of mounting bores: 3
  • Width 2 [mm]: 48,10
  • Outer diameter 2 [mm]: 65,00
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Buy Wheel hub bearing SKF VKBA 6525 Inner Diameter: 45mm
Wheel Bearing Kit
Article number: VKBA 6525
£ 31,54
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  • Inner diameter [mm]: 45
  • Width [mm]: 40
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Inner diameter [mm]: Inner diameter 2 [mm]:
40 25 25 41,3
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Learn more about Wheel bearing - operation method, diagnosis, causes of faults and replacement intervals.

Wheel Bearing is the central element of the chassis system, the radial bearing is responsible for mounting the wheel to the steering knuckle and the hub. Car handling depends on this part’s quality and regular maintenance.

Types of wheel bearings
  • Single-row radial ball bearings. They require careful installing, as incorrect installation can cause rapid failure of the part.
  • Radial roller or double row bearings. They can handle twice the load of the single row ones. They do not need regular maintenance due to design features.
  • Tapered roller (radial thrust) bearings. They withstand axial and radial load due to the shift in the direction of the rolling elements.
The construction of wheel bearings
  1. The outer ring.
  2. Rolling element.
  3. The inner ring.
  4. The cage (polymer, steel, stamped, brass or machined).
Tips for operating wheel bearings

Front hub components are more prone to wear and tear, and therefore require regular replacement. Rear wheel bearing fails less often. To extend the parts life, you should follow the rules of the vehicle operation, regularly check the bearing for the presence of grease and dirt.

Wheel bearings faults
  • excessive heating of the component;
  • deterioration or destruction of the outer ring;
  • displacement of the bearing or changing the inclination angle;
  • unacceptably tight fit;
  • the appearance of burrs;
  • deformation of the part.
Symptoms of wheel bearings failure
  • humming when turning and when driving in a straight line;
  • sudden crunch, followed by the car side pull from movement path;
  • vibration in the steering system;
  • during hard braking and cornering the car sways;
  • wheels become very hot;
  • untimely and excessive tire wear.
Causes of wheel bearings faults
  • violation of operational rules;
  • uneven loading on the front and rear axles;
  • violation of the bearing clearance value;
  • deformation of the wheel or the elements friction;
  • lack of lubrication;
  • dust and dirt;
  • the use of low-quality lubricants;
  • incorrect installation.
Replacing wheel bearing

At failure of wheel bearings it is not recommended to carry out repairs. Replacing the wheel bearings should be entrusted to a professional. If you decide to assemble the part on your own, you will need:

  1. Set the support under the wheels, on which you will work.
  2. Raise the car using a jack on the side where the part is replaced.
  3. Remove the wheel, brake caliper and disc.
  4. Unscrew the bolts of the hub and take it apart.
  5. Remove the part, examine the seat.
  6. Install a new bearing, grease-lubricate it.
  7. Assemble the system by following the steps in reverse order, mount the wheel.
  8. Check operability.
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How long do wheel bearings last?

An average service life of these components is 100,000–150,000 kilometres. The reasons of their breakdown may be as follows:

  1. Incorrect installation caused by the use of an inappropriate tool or ignoring the prescribed axle nut tightening torque.
  2. Misaligned wheels.
  3. Faulty components of the suspension and brake systems.
  4. Driving on poor quality roads or in cross-country conditions.
  5. Loss of leak-tightness of the wheel hub assembly.
  6. Wheel rims of a higher diameter and offset than standard, and tyres with the parameters that do not meet your car’s specifications.
  7. Aggressive driving style.
  8. Road accident.

Note that the parts on the front axle wear faster than those on the rear. This is due to the fact that the former are exposed to higher loads.

How do I check my wheel bearings myself?

The signs of the components’ poor condition:

  • brake disc overheating caused by a stuck bearing;
  • abnormal sounds when accelerating and turning corners;
  • vibration of components of the suspension and axles;
  • steering free play;
  • increased fuel consumption
  • the car pulls to one side.

The tools and equipment you need:

  • a lifting jack or a car lift;
  • wheel chocks.

The condition of the parts can be checked on a stationary and moving car. When stationary:

  1. Inspect your car in a closed garage, where no sounds from the street can be heard.
  2. Apply the parking brake.
  3. Put the wheel chocks under the wheels.
  4. Raise the car and rock each wheel individually.
  5. Noise, free play, and hindered rotation are the signs of failure.

To check the parts on a moving car:

  1. Choose a paved road section with no other road users.
  2. Accelerate your car to about 40–50 km/h and steer smoothly. When you rotate the steering wheel to the right the car’s centre of gravity shifts to the opposite side, and the load on the left wheel bearing is increased. A humming noise coming from the component at that moment is the sign that it’s faulty. To check the condition of the part on the right side, steer to the left.
  3. Test the components also on a straight road section. Accelerate the car to 60 km/h. If the parts are faulty, you will hear an abnormal noise.
Can I DIY-replace a wheel bearing?

To replace the parts, you need to have certain experience and special tools. During the installation, there’s a risk of damaging the component and ingress of sand or debris into the hub. This can significantly reduce the service life of a new part. So we recommend that you have this job done at a garage only.