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Old 12-12-2007, 07:43 PM
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Having issues... Need help

First off, sorry that it's been a while, been moving around and lost internet. Good news is I might be staying in Delaware to bug George instead of going to INDIANA.

But now to the problem, my bearings are shot and I have a question. Autozone says for the 4wd you have to buy the whole hub assembly and not just the bearing. Is this true? Is there a way to just get the bearing replace? And any suggestions where a cheap place to buy them would be. Thanks guys. I'm gonna try to read some threads and see what the next event is.
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Old 12-12-2007, 08:09 PM
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Hey Kenny, congrats on your post #35 ya ho.

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I have never heard that before. That is not to say it isn't true. I think a/z sells them that way. Your best bet is to jump up to the forum with your specific truck, and re-ask the question.
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Yes, you need the hub assembly. I did mine last year. They are on ebay..
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Old 12-15-2007, 08:59 PM
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Yes, you need the hub assembly. I did mine last year. They are on ebay..
Really!!! I did not know that. BTW welcome back.
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Thanks Frank.....And you should change the ball joints when you change the hubs also.
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Thanks for all the help guys..Yeah i can only afford a few parts at a time..AIR FORCE guy here remember that. I dont have georges money . lol
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Thanks for all the help guys..Yeah i can only afford a few parts at a time..AIR FORCE guy here remember that. I dont have georges money . lol

Hahaha nobodys got George's money, not even George.
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