Whenever we get a new (to us) car, which is generally 2 to 3 years old, I like to give it a thorough going over inside and out, including ripping out the interior and giving it a damn good deep clean, and also various bits on the exterior which includes my current favourite thing - the hubs. Below are a couple of before and after shots of the OSF hub of my girlfriend's new 2018 G01 X3: Anyway, when I'd finished the front hubs and put everything back together I wasn't happy with the bracket that holds the brake flexi hose and how it was appearing to foul the speed and pad wear sensor wires. Below is a picture of the NSF hub with the flexi hose bracket and the sensor wires arrowed: It was the same on the OSF and when the steering was turned lock to lock it looked as though it was almost stretching the wires to breaking point. After some head-scratching and checking out a few YouTube videos on front disc replacement I realised the problem......the brake flexi hose bracket was mounted in completely the wrong place on the suspension strut! Below are a couple of pictures of the OSF strut (no pad wear sensor on that side) showing the movement of the bracket as steering is applied, and also the right and wrong locations of the bracket: So finally here's the bracket in the right place and away from the sensor wire: So this begs the question of which gash mechanic did the work and why? Just before we bought it back in August it failed its first MOT due to a split OSF CV boot so perhaps they had to dismantle the suspension strut to replace it, and maybe they did the other side for good measure, who knows? Thanks to members Wynne71 and Peter who helped me out with some torque figures for this hub work that I couldn't find online.