What is Wheel hub?
A Wheel hub assembly’ (WHA), also referred to as hub assembly, wheel hub unit, wheel hub bearing, etc., is an automotive part used in most cars, passenger vehicles and light and heavy trucks.
It is located between the brake drums or discs and the drive axle. On the axle side, it is mounted to the holding bracket from the chassis; on the disc side, the wheel is mounted to the bolts of the WHA.
What is the function of a wheel hub?
Wheel hub is responsible for the main support of the wheel and tire. It has greased bearings. The entire wheel hub assembly is responsible for the smooth and quite rotating of tire and wheel.
Wheel hub carries the whole weight of vehicle and the ability of a vehicle to effectively carry loads depends on quality of its wheel hubs.
What is the difference between the upright and the wheel hub?
The hub is inside the wheel, while the upright helps hold the wheel in place.
What are rear wheel hubs?
A rear wheel hub, is installed at the end of the axle. The hub contains the wheel bearing and seals and flange to bolt on the actual wheel.
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The process of Wheel hub?
silica sol casting + machining.
How Much Does a Wheel Hub Cost?
Car repair and tune ups are always needed at some point in your car’s life. With time and usage components become worn out and inefficient. The wheels are obviously one of the most heavily used parts, so maintaining a solid connection between the wheels and the car chassis is very important for a smooth ride. Wheel hub costs will vary depending on who you buy from and the brand your choose.
How to Save Money on a Wheel Hub?
You might be used to the convenience of buying replacements parts directly from the mechanic. But with the right know-how, you can save a lot of money on car parts by purchasing from online stores. Then after you buy the wheel hubs from us, take them back to your mechanic for install, and only pay them for labor. You can save hundreds, sometimes even thousands by doing this.
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