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Testing for front end issues?

I raised the passenger side and tried moving the wheel from 3 to 9 and it was tight, went 6 and 12 and there was a decent amount of play...so what component is usually an issue when going from 12 to 6?
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Wheel Bearing most likely is bad.


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Damn,I just replaced it within the year
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Damn,I just replaced it within the year
I know the feeling I go through them pretty often. I am hoping I can do the dyna trac swap. Which converts back to the old style serviceable wheelbearings.


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I only did the passenger side last time (same side thats bad again), why wouldn't the driver side go bad before the passenger again?
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