2004 Chevrolet Silverado has a noticeable wobble in both rear wheels. If you jack the back end up there is a noticeable wobble and some squeaking in the driverís side brake. The driverís side is worse than the passenger side. I am 90% sure it is not the tires or rims. I am thinking it is bent axles, but what are the chances of it just being the bearings? I have no road noise similar to when I had a front bearing go out, so that leads me to believe it is the axles. I am going to try to fix this myself. I figure a good place to start is the bearings, as with 115k miles it wouldnít hurt to change them anyway.
What would be the best bearings/seals to put in? I figured NAPA, but they offer more than one. Autozone has timkin bearings. Any help would be appreciated.