Originally Posted by roger1
Money is not an issue at all.
If it's better to replace them I will.
Just trying to be practical and not waste.
Looks like I'm getting opinions both ways. Same thing my brain was doing and the reason I asked.
It's the front I'm referring too.
I'm wasn't planning on doing anything with the rear bearings until I get a seal leaking or noise. I've never seen a rear wheel bearing failure that didn't give a noise warning first.
Another way to look at it.. Sometimes if the rear Brg starts making noise the axle could be toast. Better to catch it before any noise of leaks show up.