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Old 04-19-2012, 05:53 PM
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Timken or Moog front wheel hub bearing assembly?

I need to replace my left front wheel hub bearing and was wondering which one is best to buy. I am looking at Timken or Moog. Which would be best or is there a better one out there for the money?
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Old 04-19-2012, 08:16 PM
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I'd be happy with either one, frankly. I'd avoid the other dirt cheap options.
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I put a dirt cheapo hub on the front of my truck once. It lasted (maybe) 50k miles. I now have Timkens on both sides of my truck.
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I just did the Timkens, I bought them from the autozone website. It was the cheapest with the longest warranty and I received 60 bucks in gift cards.. My buddy put the cheap ones on his f250 and he is running 35's and they are already making noose, 8k miles at best.
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Ok well I think I'm going with Timken. I found the one I need on ebay for $350 shipped.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/99-Ford-Truc...bd3c52&vxp=mtr Sounds like the best deal I can get? Anyone dealt with this company?
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I don't know how those1999.5 truck year works, but those are the early 99 hubs on Ebay.
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Timken is the OEM supplier Thats where I will spend My coin
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Try Rockauto. I think mine were around $200 each. Make sure you don't get the early 99 bearings, they're different.
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I actually need the early 99 bearings. My engine is a late 99 as it was made after 12/8/99 but the truck suspension is early 99 as it was made before 3/21/99. I know confusing. Rock Auto was actually going to be like 365 shipped.

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