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I was plowing snow today, Every once in a while i could hear a growl from the front left wheel. When i parked her for the night I noticed that my F.L. wheel seemed to have quite a bit of negative camber (top of tire tilted in). I haven't taken the wheel off yet. Just getting ideas what to look for. I am wondering if it could possibly be a bearing? if so how hard are they to remove and install?
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That would be my first guess, machine have alot of hours, or hard riding?
 

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109 hours, about 600 miles, not a whole lot of hard riding
 

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Pretty easy to tell if you raise the front end, you'll have lots of end play in your wheel. If you rock it back and forth from 12 o'clock to 6 o'clock, you'll know right away.
 

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