Isuzu D-Max Wheel Bearing Kits

When it's time to upgrade or replace the wheel bearings on your Isuzu D-MAX, look no further than the Terrain Tamer Wheel Bearing Replacement Kit. Engineered for unmatched reliability, this kit is designed specifically for the Isuzu D-MAX, ensuring a perfect fit, safety and performance. +

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  • Made in Japan
  • Rockwell Hardness Rating 2.5 points higher than OE
  • Upgraded heat treatment procedure for longer service life

Bearing SML


  • Labyrinth construction prevents oil loss
  • Rotates on internal surface, eliminating wear on components
  • Utilises 4 sealing surfaces to protect against contaminants


Signs that It's Time for Isuzu D-Max Wheel Bearing Replacement

Is your Isuzu D-Max emitting a low, persistent humming sound while driving on the highway? Or do you notice a slight vibration in the steering wheel? These could be early indicators that your wheel bearings are nearing the end of their lifespan. Isuzu D-Max wheel bearings shoulder a significant amount of weight and stress, particularly during off-road expeditions. If you're encountering these signs or any irregularities in steering, it's time to give your wheel bearings an inspection.

Why Trust Terrain Tamer for Isuzu D-Max Wheel Bearings?

When it comes to reliability and durability, Terrain Tamer stands tall as a renowned brand, known for producing high-quality aftermarket parts. Our Isuzu D-Max wheel bearings replacement kit is no exception. Crafted with precision and engineered for resilience, Terrain Tamer bearings are tailored to withstand the rigours of both everyday driving and rugged trails. With our commitment to excellence, you can depend on Terrain Tamer to provide you with bearings that ensure optimal performance and safety for your Isuzu D-Max.

The Step-by-Step Guide to Isuzu D-Max Wheel Bearing Replacement

Here's a simplified guide to wheel bearing replacement:

  • Tools and Replacement Bearings: Before you dive in, ensure you have all the necessary tools and replacement parts on hand. You'll need a jack, jack stands, lug wrench, socket set, pliers, hammer, bearing grease, and, of course, your new Isuzu D-Max wheel bearings.
  • Lift and Secure Your Vehicle: Use the jack to raise the front of your D-Max and secure it safely with jack stands. Safety first, always.
  • Disassemble the Wheel and Brake Components: Begin by removing the wheel, followed by the brake calliper and rotor. This step gives you access to the hub assembly.
  • Extract the Old Bearings: Gently remove the hub assembly and, using pliers and a hammer, extract the old bearings from the hub.
  • Install the New Bearings: Apply a thin layer of bearing grease to the new Terrain Tamer wheel bearings and place them onto the hub. Assemble the hub back in place.
  • Reassemble the Brake Parts: Restore the brake rotor and calliper, ensuring a snug fit.
  • Lower Your Isuzu D-Max: With caution, remove the jack stands and lower your vehicle. Tighten the lug nuts and double-check the security of all components.
  • Test Drive and Monitor: Take your Isuzu D-Max for a test drive, gently easing into different road conditions. Keep an ear out for unusual noises and pay attention to steering responsiveness. If everything feels smooth, congratulations - you've effectively replaced your wheel bearings!

Terrain Tamer: Your Trusted Companion for Isuzu D-Max Wheel Bearing Replacement

Maintaining your Isuzu D-Max's wheel bearings is essential for safe and enjoyable journeys. With Terrain Tamer's sturdy bearings, you're ensuring that your D-Max's performance remains safe and reliable.

FAQs About Isuzu D-Max Wheel Bearing Replacement

How often should I consider replacing my Isuzu D-Max wheel bearings?

It's advisable to inspect your Isuzu D-Max wheel bearings every 30,000 kilometres or 18,000 miles, sooner if you frequently venture off-road.

Can I switch out just one bearing or should I replace both simultaneously?

Replacing both D-Max wheel bearings at once is the preferred approach. If one is showing signs of wear, chances are the other isn't far behind.

What's the role of bearing grease in this process?

Bearing grease lubricates the bearings, minimising friction and heat buildup. This keeps the rotation smooth and extends the bearing's lifespan.

Can a novice attempt this replacement without mechanical experience?

While it's possible, this task requires a basic understanding of vehicle mechanics. If you're uncertain, consulting a mechanic is recommended.

How do Terrain Tamer Isuzu D-Max wheel bearings outshine stock bearings?

Terrain Tamer bearings are designed for endurance and performance, making them ideal for both everyday driving and off-road journeys. Their robust build often surpasses that of stock bearings.