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PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2022 2:58 am 
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It is well established that the rear drums are not balanced, which is why Revcon specified the rear must be spin balanced on the vehicle. You might still be able to use Centramatics or Balance Masters on the rear. Just re-drill the new bolt pattern. Otherwise you can put a bag of ceramic beads in the tires. That is what I have on my non-Revcon motorhome.

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 06, 2022 6:24 pm 
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Thank you! I don´t know how the bearings are lubricated. I must identify the correct part number of the rear wheel bearings. My mechanic is going to take them off and let´s see.

@ Dave

I can´t use Centramatics or Balance Masters, because my rim size doesn´t fit. Ceramic beads are no option - my Revcon has got tubes in the tires. There are no humps on the rims.

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