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Old 04-26-2014, 02:15 PM
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E99- is it hubs or bearings?

I have an early 99 truck. I left a gas station today, no issues prior to this at all. felt a bumping under my left foot, and felt like the truck had a caliper locking up. after inspection, caliper is fine. the front rotor assembly will not turn smoothly. its jerky and sounds horrible. I can lock the hubs in and it still makes the noise. does my truck have wheel bearings under the hub/rotor assembly? or is my hub shot?
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Old 04-26-2014, 07:19 PM
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Never mind...I should have known its the whole hub...I don't guess they are rebuildable are they?

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Not rebuildable. But not too expensive either though
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300+ is expensive enough! LOL my hubs cost more cause it is an e99.... :headbang:

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300+ is expensive enough! LOL my hubs cost more cause it is an e99.... :headbang:

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I'll trade ya. 550 for an 05 up
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No thanks..LOL. didn't know you was that expensive

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I had a race start moving on my 1996 F-350. Now I am having a heck of a time finding them. Anyone know where I can get one? Is your problem the locking hub or the part it rides in/wheel bolts to?
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Part that the rotor bolts to, that the axle shaft goes through

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