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Old 06-06-2017, 10:35 AM
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Hey just getting around to getting this done on the beast. Just want to check if this is the correct part and if I should be getting anything else to change the front bearings. Thanks

Hub & Bearing for 2005 Ford Excursion|F81Z-1104-BH : AutoNation Ford White Bear Lake | Parts & Accessories
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You don't say what year your Excursion is but that is not the part number that fits my 04.
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It's a 2005 4wd 6 l diesel
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I would use 3C3Z.1104.A hub.
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What is the difference if anyone knows besides the price. Just looked at rock auto and there is a few different ones available. the timken ones have fine thread and coarse thread is there a difference for my truck? They also list a OEM one that is less than Auto nation. I do plow with the truck and would like to get the best ones available that we can still use the auto 4wd. Thanks

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just ordered two of these 3C3Z.1104.A from rock auto for 238.79 a piece plus 20 for shipping. They were actually less than auto-nation for the same oem hub. Got the seals from guzzlers for the auto lock part last week. Gonna try and tackle this over the weekend. Should I be replacing anything else while I have this off? thanks

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just ordered two of these 3C3Z.1104.A from rock auto for 238.79 a piece plus 20 for shipping. They were actually less than auto-nation for the same oem hub. Got the seals from guzzlers for the auto lock part last week. Gonna try and tackle this over the weekend. Should I be replacing anything else while I have this off? thanks
Loaded question, LOL

Check the u joints, replace if required
ESOF seals, check
Outer axle seal for sure
Need brakes? Now's the time.
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u joints not too old
brakes few months old
ESOF seal? Not sure what those are
Will get outer axle seals didnt think of that
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What is the difference if anyone knows besides the price. Just looked at rock auto and there is a few different ones available. the timken ones have fine thread and coarse thread is there a difference for my truck? They also list a OEM one that is less than Auto nation. I do plow with the truck and would like to get the best ones available that we can still use the auto 4wd. Thanks
Then buy the timken with the threads that match your Ex.
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does anyone have a part number for the outer axle seal.

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Lube the needle bearings, fill your new hub with 20+ pumps of grease using Snow's zerk.
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Lube the needle bearings, fill your new hub with 20+ pumps of grease using Snow's zerk.
Got the zerk and will do. Having hard time finding the correct outer axle seal.(dust seal)
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I think these are available from a number of suppliers; here's one I found quickly.

https://www.justdifferentials.com/DA...p/dan50381.htm
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