Aoccdrnig to rscheearch at an Elingsh uinervtisy, it deosn't mttaer in
waht oredr the ltteers in a wrod are, the olny iprmoetnt tihng is taht
the frist and lsat ltteer are in the rghit pclae. The rset can be a
toatl mses and you can sitll raed it wouthit a porbelm. Tihs is
bcuseae we do not raed ervey lteter by it slef but the wrod as a wlohe
and the biran fguiers it out aynawy.
Tolarence, Talorence, Tolerance
Think about it.............
How nice of you to post this....I'm already familiar with
Tolerating poor spelling is fine, if it's an occasional
or one-off thing. But when it makes it hard to figure
out what the person is trying to say.....it might not
be a bad idea if everyone just tightened up a bit on it.
It's kinda like asking for help on these forums without
letting anyone know the y,m,m,e......etc.
I don't bother about it very much actually. Just every
now and then it bugs me.
Dose not bother me at all to be reminded to use my spell checker. I
just usually get in a rush (which is when I forget how to spell), and
forget to use the checker.
Life long Dyslexic, and piss poor typer. Thank god for spell check.
Please provide additional details about your vehicle. Year, Model,
etc...... some people assume all the posters know the "rules" their
first time around.
Any further information would be helpful for those of use who just
have what's in print to try and help you.
Needless to say some people in the group are a little abrupt...
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By your reply to JS about you being a Girl and being unable to remove
the lug nuts, I assume that to mean you are light weight(not said in an
offensive or demeaning way)?
Where are you located at? Is there a local shop that would be willing to
help with little or no charge? Have you checked the lug nuts to see if they
are tight? You should be able to look and tell if they are lose.
Maybe if you have a 'heavier Friend' you could ask for some assistance
$500 seems a bit steep for a bearing job. Price hunt for what you need done
and make sure you get good inexpensive work...not just cheap work.
I Changed the Front Bearing on my 89 s-10 4X4 and it took me 1 hour and
$20.00 For the Bearing at an Auto salvage Yard !
Remove the tire
Remove the Brake Caliper and shoes and rotor
Remove the Large NUT
Remove 3 Bolts that go thru the Back on the SPINDLE
Reverse order to assemble
what you describe is most likely best looked at first hand
by someone locally. It sounds to me as if you may have
a tire problem but without seeing the truck first hand its really
going to be hard for anyone here to tell you something factually.
IF you don't know anyone where you live that you trust as far
as a mechanic or tire shop....ask around among your friends.
You may have a bad tire? Assuming nothing is wrong otherwise.
Some problems are somewhat easy to discuss / debate or diagnose
"on-line", I don't think this is one of those.
Ask around your local area is there is someone you can trust that
will look at the truck for you.
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