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need to replace passenger hub..

been having a metal on metal sound coming from my front passenger side..got a chance to jack up the truck tonight and although i cant get it to mimic the sound the tire/wheel itself is not solid..if i hit it you can hear theres very very little play in it..

also when i spin the tire you hear the usual sound of the rotor on the pads, but i hear what sounds like little pebbles being crunched around..im assuming the wheel bearing are shot, but i've never just replaced them i usually just replace the whole hub..

anyone know where to get timken hub assemblies for cheap? saw them on rock auto for about $125-$150 i think..

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also i have 4 wheel abs, 4x4, single rear wheel and im finding they make a coarse or fine thread hub...any way to know for sure without taking mine out?

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well just for anyones future reference, i found hubs for cheap on this site Hub and Bearing Warehouse Home Page

even cheaper than rock auto, however they didnt come with new hub to knuckle studs..i got mine out and threads ended up being alittle shot..picking up some new ones tomorrow from a local dealer hopefully, heres the part number ( F81Z-1107-AA)..advanced autos had the hubs and studs but they wouldnt let me just take the studs seperately..they wanted 346.00 for a hub assembly hahahahaha...

also the whole fine/coarse thread im pretty sure is just for the outer wheel studs..mine were a 2.0 metric coarse thread not sure the mm size...mines an 02

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I also have my spindle going out, the wheel bearing part is fine.
I cant fugure out why 4wheel abs hubs are cheaper than 2 wheel abs hubs...
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I have had the WORST luck in the world with el-cheapo bearings and axles. I got some of the "lifetime" guarentee ones on ebay for our bonneville, they have went back 9 times in less than 2 years. BUY QUALITY PARTS!
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are they hard to change? i think mine are bad too!!
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