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2004-2005 Ford F250 Truck Super Duty 4WD Front Wheel Bearing & Hub Assembly for Model

CHECK HERE FOR GREAT PRICES 2004-2005 Ford F250 Truck Super Duty 4WD Front Wheel Bearing & Hub Assembly for Models with Rear Wheel ABS & Single Rear Wheels (SRW) Pair

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Comes as a PAIR
Fits both LH (Driver Side) & RH (Passenger Side) FRONT
4 bolt flanges
Direct replacements
Replaces dealer part numbers: F81A-2B663-EF, F81A2B663EF, F81Z-1104-ED, F81Z1104ED, F81Z-1104-EE, F81Z1104EE, YC35-2B663-EA, YC352B663EA, YC35-2B663-EB, YC352B663EB
Fits 8 Lug Wheels
Studs already installed
Built to strict quality control standards
Correct for 4WD Super Duty (SD) trucks with Rear Wheel ABS , SRW (Single Rear Wheels), course thread studs, & 13mm thick hub flange
Will NOT fit trucks with 10mm thick hub flange because it will cause the front brakes to drag
Note: For 1999 models you can find the production date of your vehicle on either the outer edge of the driver's front door or on the latch pillar that the door closes on.

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These hub & bearing sets will install just as your originals do. You can use your existing hardware.
Save time and money with direct fit hub bearing assemblies. No trips to the auto parts store or extra time trying to match up and press bearings.
Hub installation is a degree more difficult than changing a tire on most vehicles.

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Reference #: 515021 x2
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Ok dumb question here but is the only way to change wheel bearing is to change entire hub assembly?

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Ok dumb question here but is the only way to change wheel bearing is to change entire hub assembly?
Yes you would need to change the entire hub assembly. It's not that bad of a job, just make sure that the center axle nut it torqued to it's proper torque setting.

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