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WHB AMERICA LLC. is an American local jointed packaging, and distribution company of Wheel hub assembly(WHA) and Wheel Hub Bearings(WHB) founded in the year 2015 in Novi, Michigan. We produce all the products and design the packages Based on the OE standard, Now we have developed and produced more than 1,400 kinds of these special products for the US market. That provides Over 96% aftermarket coverage for the vehicle. It is used for all kinds of cars and light trucks. WHB company is now managed by Mr Sherman, who has over 28 years of Auto bearings experience. Detroit is an automobile manufacturing base, that needs many kinds of auto parts, we established our company and warehouse in Michigan, the main reason we can supply the service and a very attractive price for our customers. Located in a small town, Novi, WHB is able to enjoy a good local labor force and a relatively low cost of doing business. WHB was established to sell to Automotive Warehouse Distributors, National Retail Chains, Driveline Shops, Individuals, and exports to several countries. The service and attractive prices are the pursuit of our goals and direction.

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WHEEL HUB ASSEMBLIES Industry knowledge

What are some things to consider when choosing a replacement wheel hub assembly?


Vehicle Specific: This is the most crucial factor. Ensure the hub assembly is designed for your car's specific make, model, and year. Mismatched assemblies can lead to safety issues and improper fit.
Wheel Specifications: Consider the number of lug nuts your vehicle has and the wheel's load capacity. These factors influence the bearing type needed for proper functionality.

Material and Quality:

Steel vs. Aluminum: Steel hubs are generally more durable and affordable, better suited for heavy-duty vehicles or those frequently encountering rough roads. Aluminum hubs are lighter, potentially improving fuel efficiency, but may be more expensive.
Brand Reputation: Opt for reputable brands known for manufacturing high-quality wheel hub assemblies. Look for warranties and customer reviews to gauge quality and reliability.

Features and Functionality:

Unit Bearing vs. Separate Bearing: Unit bearings are easier to install but typically cost more. Separate bearings require more expertise to install but may be a more budget-friendly option.
ABS Sensor Compatibility: If your car has an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), ensure the hub assembly includes a compatible sensor or integrates seamlessly with yours.

Are there any preventative measures I can take to prolong the life of my wheel hub assemblies?

Regular Maintenance: This is key! Refer to your vehicle's owner's manual for the recommended service intervals for checking and potentially repacking the wheel bearings (if applicable for your specific car). Some vehicles have sealed bearings that don't require repacking, but they still need to be inspected for wear and tear.
Avoid Impact and Overloading: Try to avoid potholes, curbs, and rough roads whenever possible. These can cause significant stress on the wheel hub assemblies. Also, be mindful of your vehicle's weight capacity and don't overload it.
Proper Maintenance Practices: When servicing your brakes or wheels, ensure proper installation techniques are followed to avoid damaging the hub assembly during the process.
Use OEM Parts or High-Quality Replacements: If replacing a wheel hub assembly, opt for parts that meet the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) specifications or choose a reputable aftermarket brand.
Watch for Warning Signs: Be aware of signs of a failing wheel hub assembly such as grinding noises from the wheels, vibrations in the steering wheel, or uneven tire wear. Addressing these issues promptly can prevent further damage.
By following these preventative measures, you can help ensure your wheel hub assemblies last longer and keep your car driving safely.