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yesterday on the trails my hub bearing on the right side blew. the wheel was about 45 degrees in towards the fenders and i had to flat bed tow it home. today, i picked a new one up from discount auto parts and when i installed it, it makes a clicking sound when rolling. I think it comes greased already. I bought the bearings already pressed in and the hub. Is there a way i can grease this if it does not come greased? any ideas whats going on?
 

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yes, i did pull out the axle shaft. Its not the axle u-joint. i checked it. It only clicks when the wheel is at a certain spot, so the click it consistent. Its definetly coming from the side i change the hub. I dont know what it is and i have school tomarow and i wont drive it messed up like this.
 

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the only thing i can see happening is that it can be a bad hub and bearing that i bought. Im gonna switch the hubs from drivers side to teh passengers side and see if the clicking swap sides. Does anyone have any other ideas of what that clicking can be??
 
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