Should I be able to shake my front passenger wheel once I replaced the wheel bearing
no and I am pretty sure you need more than just your arm strength to tighten the bearings on the wheel
No i mean once installed finished is the wheel should not be wabbaly
It could be your ball joint or inner or outer tie rod end,you should check these.
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