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spindle bearings

someone mentioned to me the other day that rangers with the ttb front end have a tendency to go through spindle bearings quickly. im not sure how credible their information was, but is this true? my tuck is a 97 4wd with almost 100k on it. is checking the spindle bearing the same as checking the inner and outer wheel bearings? any info would be great.
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Pull your wheel, pull the hub cap, if there is play in shaft then replace your bearings. Mine have a lot of play and need replacing, but I'm waiting to do it cause I don't have the time right now, other projects to tackle first.
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