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Old 07-02-2010, 12:24 PM
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Driveshaft Support Bearing, 35mm or 40mm??

I need to order in advance before removing my driveshaft...

Thus, how can I determine which Driveshaft Support Bearing I need to order?!?

Driveshaft Support Bearing
Part Number: HB-88107-A
Line: BCA
•Spicer 1310, 1330 Series
•Bearing Inside Diameter: 1.378 Inch (35mm)
•Slip Yoke Style
•Quantity Per Vehicle: 1

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Driveshaft Support Bearing
Part Number: HB-88508-A
Line: BCA
•Spicer 1410 Series
•Bearing Inside Diameter: 1.5748 Inch (40mm)
•Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
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Old 08-12-2010, 03:24 PM
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I need to know this too
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You talking about the carrier bearing?? What truck? Its not in your sig. Besides if it is the carrier that you are talking about they are pressed on. Much easier to take to a driveline shop. Just did mine and it cost $85 parts and labor
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Old 08-12-2010, 03:47 PM
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Yeah I was talking about the carrier bearing and updated my sig, thanks.
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You can do it yourself if you are motivated and have a real BFH. Extreme pain in the butt. Its easy to pull the shaft, mark the splines with a marker so you can put back in same place. Take to a shop and have them do it. Way less headache then tryin to do it on your own. Even the ford dealership does not do them they send them out. At least here they do.
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Old 08-12-2010, 04:04 PM
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Yeah I'm thinkin about just takin it in now. It's 25-30 for the bearing and about 25 to get it pressed and you said you only spent 85 so that's not too bad. You wouldn't happen to know what size fits our trucks would ya?
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Old 08-12-2010, 04:31 PM
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Typically the 99-04 trucks will take the larger one....
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