I felt and herd mine. It was obvious when making a turn on the highway.You dont. Especially if you have a (noisy) diesel and/or tires.
And with the unit bearings, the bearing cages themselves are plastic.
When things go sideways, they go sideways fast.
With the set Ive pulled off of this truck, there wasnt even any play, or even a vibration.
And having the (quiet) 6.2 I noticed noise that came and went.
I even had the local tire shop road test it. They told me it was likely tires.
Wrong wrong wrong....
Be warned, each side uses about 16oz of grease.
My Ram version ate up almost 2 full cans with the dynatrac lock rings.Also, for those keeping track....
This does not appear to be correct.
Using a bearing packer and filling the center of the hub (between inner and outer bearings)
as required per Dynatrac used essentially an entire 16oz tub, for BOTH sides.
So approx 8oz per side. 16oz TOTAL.