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post #1 of 7 Old 04-08-2009, 07:58 PM Thread Starter
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I've got a bad wheel bearing on my front driverside...do you really have to change the whole hub assembly or can I just change out a bearing? I've looked and mostly found just hub assemblies for sale...2003 F250 4x4

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Thanks man....looks like I'm gonna have to cough up the 300 bucks to buy the whole assembly.

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Not true.. You can rebuild them.. I can get the bearings locally. And have 3 back side shaft bearings right now..

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You can rebuild them really? How hard is it

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Not true.. You can rebuild them.. I can get the bearings locally. And have 3 back side shaft bearings right now..
No you cannot rebuild the bearings on a 4x4 on a 2wd yes you can. But you cannot do it properly on a 4x4

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No you cannot rebuild the bearings on a 4x4 on a 2wd yes you can. But you cannot do it properly on a 4x4
thats what I thought never heard of being able to rebuild them

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