Technicians need to be aware of the symptoms that could point to a deteriorating wheel bearing and Comline is here to inform.
Steering judder, reduced acceleration, grinding, unevenly worn tyres, unbalanced wheels and vehicle pulling are all potential indicators that a wheel bearing is failing. To undertake a quick and efficient replacement of the failing part, technicians will require a wheel bearing kit, complete with the relevant accessories required for the specific application.
Comline’s range of wheel bearing kits aim to deliver a no-hassle, high-quality option for workshops. Production of its kit is governed by strict tolerances, with facilities operating to ISO 9001 certified standards and in compliance with TÜV regulations.
Lightweight, high-carbon steel for a robust, heat resistant and long-lasting service life, combined with stringent and extensive inhouse testing, claiming to ensure technicians can be assured of a simple and quality fit. In short, Comline wheel bearing kits are premium quality products delivered to market with the promise of a competitive edge.
Wheel bearings play a pivotal role in mobilising all vehicle types; therefore, technicians require the support of a supplier that offers a wide-ranging portfolio – the company has a range of 600 that spans across European, Japanese and Korean applications.
Depending on the required application, technicians will note that wheel bearings stretch from generation to generation: from the single row ball ‘gen 0’ options, to more complex, dual flange with double row ball ‘gen 3’ variants that are typically found in more contemporary vehicles.