Your vehicle’s wheel bearings are a small set of steel rollers or balls that provide the wheel with the support it needs to spin freely. These wheel bearings are found at the center of the wheel, inside the hub. They work by reducing friction, allowing the hub to roll around the axle.
If you hear noises such as rumbles, clicks or groans that change with your vehicle’s speed, then your bearings might be worn or damaged. When this occurs, they produce enough heat to potentially cause the wheel to lock up. Even worse, a defective wheel bearing can eventually cause a wheel to come off altogether.
If you need wheel bearing replacement, come to Rob's Automotive Repair. We have served Clackamas and the surrounding communities of Clackamas since 2004. Our professional technicians at Rob's Automotive Repair have years of experience replacing wheel bearings on a wide range of vehicles.
Quality Wheel Bearings From Experienced Technicians
Your wheel bearings should be inspected at regular intervals. When your wheel bearings get worn down and your wheels are not rotating smoothly, your vehicle’s performance will suffer. Let Rob's Automotive Repair make sure your wheel bearings are working properly, for you to drive smoothly and without risk.
Whenever you are in Clackamas or Clackamas, rely on Rob's Automotive Repair to get the job done accurately. Whether you are driving a Subaru, Ford or Chevrolet, our expertise with wheel bearing inspection and replacement will have you back on the road safely.
For high-quality, affordable wheel bearings, visit the experts at Rob's Automotive Repair in Clackamas, Oregon. Call us today or use our convenient online appointment form to schedule your visit.
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Our technicians use the latest technology to not only tell you if there are any issues with your vehicle, but show you. If we uncover an issue the photo will be e-mailed to you for your records. At the end of every visit you will receive a detailed report regarding the general health of your vehicle. Our #1 goal is to keep you safe on the road.