The Milano / GTV6 Chassis has developed a reputation for eating front wheel bearings during endurance races. It is a granted that's about as extreme a test as they will get. But I figured I should learn how to set them so I can do it once and forget about them until they need repacking.The truth is, as long as the bearings are not tight, and are lubed, they all work for a long time. Never had a problem with front wheel bearings in any of our Alfas in the decades of ownership and driving. Did have a defective Milano rear wheel bearing replaced on warranty not long after we bought it new, but otherwise...
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