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Since the invention of the modern vehicle, wheel bearings have been used in some capacity to allow the tires and wheels to spin freely as the vehicle moves forward or in reverse.

Automotive wheel bearings are a very important component on a vehicle.

The driveshaft of a rear wheel or four-wheel drive vehicle is carefully assembled, precision balanced component that supplies power from the transmission to the rear center gears and then to each rear tire and wheel.

Wheel bearings are parts that allow the wheels on your vehicle to spin freely and with as little friction as possible.

Most people take for granted all of the systems that have to work together in order for their car to run.

For those people who own a vehicle that is equipped with all-wheel drive or four-wheel drive, the vehicle uses a transfer case in order to split up the motion so you get the rear and front motion.

The center support bearing is normally on mid-size or heavy-duty vehicles, such as trucks.

A front output shaft bearing is a component that is commonly found on vehicles equipped with transfer cases, such as all wheel and four-wheel drive vehicles.

A center support bearing is a type of drivetrain bearing that is commonly found on rear wheel drive vehicles.

The wheel bearings in your vehicle works with the tire, hub, and wheel to make a smooth ride while you are driving down the road.