Has anyone ever put a thin metal sleeve on a bearing to take the play out of it? When I got my 99 new, I remember the first time I replaced the bearings in the front hub the left side took little or no effort to knock the bearing out. The next time I replaced them it took even less effort. (it almost fell out on its own) I can turn the inner race of the bearing with my finger and see the outer race turning slowly in the hub. So I know for a fact it is a problem with the hub and not the bearing. So my front hub is pretty much shot and I am looking at $170 to replace it with a stock hub which I dont want to do. Is there anything I can do to make a sleeve for the bearing? It would have to be a wafer thin piece of metal. Seems like to me this was a fatory defect. But I imagine it has too many miles on it to even consider warrating the hub. Do you guys have any suggestions on what I could do?