My dad and I finished installing my new rear axle bearings last night and have noticed some issues. I used Pivot Works bearings. As soon as we got the axle and carrier assembly back in the swingarm, we immediatly noticed there was alot of resistance against it to turn, much more than normal I would say. It took alot of strength to turn it using the hub. The axle nut is only as tight as we could get it hand tight, yet the more we tightened it the resistance increased. We started it up and let it idle in gear for about 5-10 minutes and then shut it off and noticed the axle nut and brake hub were very hot to the touch, like 200-300*F. We decided to put the wheels on it and take it for an easy spin and the same thing happened, except the axle was turning much faster this time but was about the same temp. Is this a normal thing with new bearings? My dad thinks the axle nut side bearing might be dry.