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Old 12-17-2007, 08:38 PM
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Spindle Bearing Replacement

I am replacing the spindle bearing on the left side of my 1994 F250 (4x4) tommorow. My question is does anybody know the part numbers for the spindle bearing seal and the other seals, there are 2 I believe, that I need to replace while doing this job.
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Old 12-17-2007, 09:30 PM
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ooo i had the numbers but i can't find them..... to find them i took my spindle into autozone and spent about 30 minutes with them trying to find a bearing to match it... because they didn't have the number in their computer they however did end up having the bearing..
sorry i couldn't help..
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Thanks for the idea Justin460, I will probably just take the spindle in after I take it in. I have the bearing, I got the part number from the people that did the other side (I had to have an emergency repair done a week ago), and they gave me part numbers for all three seals that were bogus.
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Did you ever happen to get those part numbers? I'm getting ready to do this same repair this weekend.

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I got a bearing kit from O'Reillys Auto Parts, National Bearings SBK4 (spicer 44) that had the bearings and seals when I did mine a month ago. You can also get the bearing by itself, but I can't find the part number.
I also ran into problems with it not being listed at Autozone, but they are such a box of rocks at my location, it was alot easier just to go to O'Reilly's and have them know exactly what you are talking about.
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On the chance that someone needs these part numbers in the future, here are the parts that I ended up using to replace the passenger side spindle bearing on my 95. These part numbers are from O'Reilly Auto Parts.

Spindle bearing - B-2110
Spindle seal - 710455
Axle seal - 710453
Inner wheel bearing seal for 95+ F150's - 710430

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Does anyone have any info on how to install this bearing? I put mine in today and destroyed it trying to get it into the spindle. Does the bearing have to be flush with the spindle? It looks like it shoud be resessed somewhat in the spindle?

Anyone have any info? Thanks
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It should be resesed somewhat if I remember right. I pressed mine into place by placing the old spindle bearing on top of a new one and putting a block of wood on top of the old bearing and hitting the block with a hammer. I have used this method to replace the spindle bearings on both sides of my F250 and my Explorer, so I can guarentee it works without damaging things.
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Ok, Thanks. I have one destroyed one now so maybe I can use that. I got to a certain point and then I couldnt even hammer it in anymore. It wasn't even resessed. A good 1/4" still up. I guess I will have to clean it up with a dremel tool or something of the like.
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Yeah, those things just don't like to go in! The first time I did one, I took it in to a machine shop to have them put it in with a press and their press would not do it. So I went home and tried my method and it worked well.
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