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Old 08-08-2011, 06:19 AM
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2007 CARRIER BEARING

Have a 07 F350 and believe I need a carrier bearing. Have a mechanic who says I can only replace both drive shafts. Shaft numbers are:
3C34-4K145-BCE
Serial #: UV062215311
Any help would be appreciated, if I can get just the bearing or assembly any part manufacturer/number would be great.
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Old 08-09-2011, 10:46 AM
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Need some help here, surely someone knows this issue.
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best thing here is call a shop that does driveshaft repairs. look it the phone book.
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Just did this job on my 2006. Dealer needed the Vin to match the bearing. Took forward shaft to a driveline expert. Best $30 I ever spent.
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done on 04 carrier can be replaced.
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thats the point of a drive shaft shop. they do nothing but and are far cheeper then anyone else. and they normally do it correctly
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I have to agree with cheezit on this one. The driveshaft shop probably even has the bearing in stock.
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