I tend to agree with comment, however Loctite anaerobic bearing mount is made for this, is very good stuff. It was once used in a factory I was involved with to take up manufacturing clearances, make assembly process of close fits easier. I do not recall temp range , might not be suitable or there might be different temp range products .Would make bearing one with hub but that is probably ok , both go to dumpster next time.
Maybe check their site, see if you feel ok.
Not a “do it” recommendation, just information for you.
I would be looking for a new hub. There is really no way to re-center the race once it has spun. The JB Weld and Permatex bearing mount/ sleeve retainer will “seat” the race in the bore, but it’s not going to hold up under the weight, heat, and torsional stresses the wheel and hub go through. It’s a lot like using a punch to “stake” a bad bearing bore to take up the slack.
Sent: Monday, July 18, 2016 1:49 PM
Cc: 'Joan Mabry'
Subject: [Chrysler300] ....and now for a discussion or wheel bearing race
I just had my C300 front drums turned. The machinist noted that one inner and another outer race can be rotated in the hub by hand. I drove the car 2.000 miles last year with no problem – lucky?
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