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Maybe road safe take L/R from front on instead of passenger is left and drivers is right.
I actually hate this brand. Never good experiences but TRW ( repco) don't make tie rod ends any more apparently
And it gets better.... The wheel bearing kits from Bursons, supplied by Motorgear have the wrong sized seals.
The wheel hubs use a 72mm seal front and back as far as I can tell. The kit from Motorgear has a 72mm seal and a 76mm seal.
Could someone please confirm for me that the standard from wheel hubs on a brumby use the same size seal front and back? It is possible someone put a different front end on this vehicle, but I really doubt it. The bearings they supplied went in fine and the front seal seems good, but the other seal is clearly too large.
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Tie rod ends, who knows. Just fit them in whatever orientation they’re meant to be in regardless of the L/R markings. Pretty bad if they’re wrong if a novice is learning the ropes.
Can you confirm if the kit was specifically incorrect for a Brumby or if the Brumby can have both types of front wheel hubs?
If the kit was absolutely not correct for a Brumby, I'll insist the shop provide me the correct seals. Otherwise, I guess I am buying a couple of 72mm seals.