Steer hub cover
09-21-2021, (Subject: Steer hub cover ) 
Post: #1
Steer hub cover
My truck a 2003 International 9900 has this hub cover on the steer axle and I’m wondering if it’s an oil bath since it doesn’t have a fill hole in the middle and different from the ones I’m used to.


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09-21-2021, (Subject: Steer hub cover ) 
Post: #2
RE: Steer hub cover
It is a unitized hub, there is no fixing or maintenance and you will have to replace the hub as whole if there is an issue.


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09-22-2021, (Subject: Steer hub cover ) 
Post: #3
RE: Steer hub cover
(09-21-2021 )Volvo8873 Wrote:  It is a unitized hub, there is no fixing or maintenance and you will have to replace the hub as whole if there is an issue.

How can I tell when there is an issue with one of these?
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09-22-2021, (Subject: Steer hub cover ) 
Post: #4
RE: Steer hub cover
(09-22-2021 )Redland1 Wrote:  
(09-21-2021 )Volvo8873 Wrote:  It is a unitized hub, there is no fixing or maintenance and you will have to replace the hub as whole if there is an issue.

How can I tell when there is an issue with one of these?

Jack it up, remove the tire, and check the end play .. and the up/down play in the hub with a Dial indicator.. as specified in the hub service manual.


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