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Discussion in 'Tires / Brakes / Bearings / Axles' started by ctrice, Apr 17, 2007.
The subject says it all. Does anyone know what number/size bearing/ cup/seal?
Pull the hub. Take the numbers off the old bearings.
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Ditto that. I bought bearings/seals from a "dealer"---gave him year, model, etc.....they weren't even close....
Even better---take the old bearings (both inner and outer) in with you...that will guarantee a perfect match.
2002 Fleetwood Santa Fe
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Yes, I know I can do that (and will) I was just hoping to be able the purchase them before I started the job.
Don't forget new cotter pins while your at it. Bearings, seals and cotter pins can generally be purchased at any auto parts place
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