DEQST hub. Hub is one of the essential parts of the car. The number of wheels and hubs in the car is the same. This item is needed to install the wheel disk on the axle, it provides transmission of torque to the wheel and it is considered as the attaching point of the brake disc.
An integral part of the hub are the bearings, in fact due to them the wheel turns. The bearings of the hub are the key elements of all running gear as a whole, as they are responsible for handling.
The hub pattern may differ in various models. For example, for cars with rear-wheel drive, roller bearings of single-row type are mostly needed. Also in demand are the bearings with angular contact scheme, an integral part of which are ball elements.
The hub can break down due to wrong replacement of wheels or chassis repair. Commonly, the hub and its bearing break down due to heavy wear. Additionally, the cause of breakage can be a strong blow, for example, when at high speed the car enters the road pit. You can recognize the failure due to the changed sounds of the suspension in the car working process. Also you should cock up your ears if there is a vibration in the bodywork of the car and the looseness of the wheel increases.
Modern cars have much stringent rolling conditions than older models, which means that there is a stringent rolling of radial tires, a reduction of profile height, an increase in the diameter and width of the wheels. Therefore, at replacement of the hubs special details are needed. DEQST wheel hubs are reliable and durable, due to the high quality manufacturing of components and the use of high strength materials. Design life is 60.000 km.
The DEQST brand offers hubs for various popular brands of cars: FORD, CHEVROLET, CHRYSLER, JEEP, HONDA, MAZDA, MITSUBISHI, NISSAN, INFINITI, TOYOTA, LEXUS, SUZUKI, SUBARU, HYUNDAI / KIA, VOLVO, VW, AUDI, BMW, LANDROVER, OPEL. Its product line includes parts for commercial cars as well.
* It is recommended to replace the parts in accordance with the automaker guideline. The design life is obtained during the bench tests and may vary depending on operating conditions.