Front off-side wheel bearing (1 Viewer)

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if any one will know abut renolt Magana wheel baring is the nut right or left hand thread
bill
 

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very limited knowledge of wheel bearings but I seem to remember the thread runs on the direction of travel so clockwise on the right and anti on the left but don't quote me until someone who actually knows says something.
 
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it's my sons car he just called me to find out as he's having problem with it
I am not well enough to help just now.
but hope he get's it fixed as I need him for trans port just now as I cant drive just now
bill
 
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I assume you are talking about a Renault Megane ?
If you are then the front driveshaft nut that holds the bearings in place is a normal thread ie undo's to the left,
They are the same on the rear wheel bearings as well,
 
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I assume you are talking about a Renault Megane ?
If you are then the front driveshaft nut that holds the bearings in place is a normal thread ie undo's to the left,
They are the same on the rear wheel bearings as well,
thanks it looks like he has got it now thanks for the reply's
bill

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