Originally Posted by SierraHawk
I had the rotors replaced 10,000 miles ago. Outer bearings on drivers side failed. Something is not quite right.
Were the bearings replaced 10k miles ago with the rotors? Your last statement caught my attention. I don't want to soil your thread unsolicited, however, the short story is I've had several newly replaced bearings in other vehicles (not smb) recently go bad in 10-15k miles. I shouldn't say go bad, the rollers spontaneously shattered like glass. In all the years I've worked on cars and trucks I've had many wheel bearings go bad (when expected), but I've never experienced new wheel bearings be fine for 10k miles and completely destroyed in an instant. I have had that experience with differentials other mechanics worked on, story for another day.