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post #1 of 12 Old 10-14-2013, 08:16 AM Thread Starter
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hey guys need some help wheel bearings

Ford wants 480 for one wheel bearing... I'm not paying that do u guys know of any better wheel bearing or a website or brand or where to go?? I have a 2004.
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post #2 of 12 Old 10-14-2013, 08:59 AM
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Heres every bearing on our trucks and part numbers, find the one you need and just search for the part number on a part stores website to see if they have them.

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Looking for a place that sells the full hub for 2004 4 wheel drive F 250.. Ford wants 480 bucks a piece.. looking for a good brand or good company that sells them.. just a little cheaper lol
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Warnn makes them for the 04's they will be like 400 for the pair. I can also get you wholesale pricing from my dealer if you decide to stay with the Ford hubs.

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Looking for a place that sells the full hub for 2004 4 wheel drive F 250.. Ford wants 480 bucks a piece.. looking for a good brand or good company that sells them.. just a little cheaper lol
The whole hub went bad?? You do know the bearing alone can be replaced. Ford will do anything to convince you that it doesnt exist but i just replaced my hub bearings just about a month ago

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I have Warren locks I'm not sure about the wheel bearings but they are getting kind of loud so I'm not sure what that entails.. if I can just replace the bearing or just the whole hub assembly and the guy that can get the Ford wheel bearings please send me a PM thanks
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IM also looking to replace the bearings in my 99 4wd drw. According to the timkin list, I need to order ndle bearing #b2110, correct?

Should I also order the inner seal 710492[2] and outer seal 710413[2]?

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they're under $200 for the Timken with abs sensor at RockAuto Parts Catalog

ford doesn't make bearings, they repackage Timken and double the retail price
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Yeah that's for the whole hub assembly. I'm hoping I only need to replace the spindle bearing and whatever seals I'll need while I'm in there
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