you check the TRE's like you would check balljoints, lift the tire off the ground and check it for play, you check the BJ's by grabbing topa dn botom of tire and checking for movement, you do the TRE's by grabbing each side of the tire and check it for movement (like if you were trying to turn the tire by hand) and if you think there may be a little play grab a pry bar and just pry on all the BJ's and TRE's, non of them should move aside from the normal turning that they are supposed to do of course.
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