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Old 04-01-2013, 06:25 AM
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Spindle bearing and wheel bearing parts problem

Purchased spindle bearing (pn# 382-a and 387-a) wheel bearing (pn#38) from Napa for my 1997 F350. Neither fit over the spinal. I don't believe Napa gave me the correct bearing can anyone help they are skf bearings. Should I go back and spec for a 1996 F350?

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return them, they gave you the wrong part. you need napa # BK6.
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return them, they gave you the wrong part. you need napa # BK6.
Can you supply me with the correct inner and outer bearing numbers.

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outer - BR38
inner - 387a/382a

how close are they to fitting? may have to polish a little with emery cloth. they can be a VERY tight fit and have to go on perfect or they will bind. a little grease will help.
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outer - BR38
inner - 387a/382a

how close are they to fitting? may have to polish a little with emery cloth. they can be a VERY tight fit and have to go on perfect or they will bind. a little grease will help.
Those are the ones I have. The inner does not fit over the last hump on the spindle. I have used grease and used a some super done sand paper to take out the rust and such.

Also my old bearings did not have these rings

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what is the number on the old and new bearing that wont fit? if legible.
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Old 04-01-2013, 07:01 AM
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what is the number on the old and new bearing that wont fit? if legible.
Not legible

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what about the new bearing, what is the number stamped on that?
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what about the new bearing, what is the number stamped on that?
New- m7g skf 387a (inner), ...J skf lm104949/q for the outer

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thats the correct number, i would trade it with a different one when you get the new spindle kit and see what happens. measure original, current new and another new at napa and see what you come up with.
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