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Old 11-11-2009, 04:46 PM
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front hub assembly

I have a 02 f350 4x4 dually and the bearings in my front hub assembly are good but the bearings that support the axle is gone. the bearing farthest out on the axle has a plastic gear on it that melted when the bearing went out. can you replace these bearings without buying the whole hub assembly?
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Old 11-11-2009, 04:48 PM
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Pretty sure you have the buy the whole thing. it sucks
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you have to buy the whole hub assembly. its like 300 bucks
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Old 11-11-2009, 04:51 PM
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you can getem on ebay for 120ish. Quality prob not as good, but works.
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I just got back from Oreillys n they have the bearings for just the axle but I still need the plastic gear on the lockin mech any ideas. o the bearings were only 8 bucks each
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What bearing are you talking about? The one in the lock out? or the little one thats built into the main hub assembly? I just had the little one thats built into the main hub assembly go out and i just replaced the little one. i did both sides because the other side wasnt to far behind. When mine let loose though it took out the lock out also so i just bought a set of warns.

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Old 11-11-2009, 04:59 PM
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Well I dont think you are holding the right bearings. I've never heard of anyone changing these with out doing the hole thing. Good luck.
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Im almost positive you cannot buy the bearing in the lock out. And f.y.i. warn lock outs are cheaper than factory replacemints fronm the dealer.

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They are the exact bearings I just miked them I was hopin i could just replace the plastic gear in the lock assembly its the gear when u pull the big snap ring and pop out the lock assembly its the first thing u see
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does the warn do away with the vacum
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