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Old 06-25-2009, 08:11 PM
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Wheel bearing or axle bearing where to get?

i have a early 99 4x4 stroker and i think i need new wheel bearings and maybe axle bearing too where can i get this stuff cheap? i know i can get the hubs off ebay but what about the whole early 99 and later modles. what do i need to do to get the correct parts to replace this stuff. thanks
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Old 06-26-2009, 06:54 AM
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Powerstrokeshop.com should have everything you need at a decent price.
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from what I have just found out, the early 99 hub are hard to find on ebay. auto parts stored want 500 plus. The timken stuff on ebay for 99 thru 04 will work but you need to replace the rotor from a newer year too. The early 99 had shallower hubs and rotors. you can get 2 hubs and 2 rotors cheaper than one early 99 bearing set up.I will look at powerstroke shop myself now.
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So how has the hunt for hubs come along, im in the same boat as you right now and am looking at replacing my hubs, i couldnt really find any that went to an early 99 but i was also thinkin of gettin later model ones and rotors for them. i was also wondering if in replacing the rotors you had to do anything to the caliper or run different pads because of them. sorry about the small hijack just need some awnsers and savin makin a new thread.

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Old 07-27-2009, 11:33 AM
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I have not done it yet. I undertsand that all you need is the newer hub and rotor. Thats all
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from what I have just found out, the early 99 hub are hard to find on ebay. auto parts stored want 500 plus. The timken stuff on ebay for 99 thru 04 will work but you need to replace the rotor from a newer year too. The early 99 had shallower hubs and rotors. you can get 2 hubs and 2 rotors cheaper than one early 99 bearing set up.I will look at powerstroke shop myself now.
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Here is the info for all to see:

I used late 99 bearings and late 99 rotors. Napa bearing #BR930424 and Napa Rotor #86914. This set up is great. Lifetime warranty bearings that cost less than $300 each and the rotors are $110. Early 99 bearings are $650 from Napa. So by going with my recipe I get new rotors with my new bearings and save about $225 per side. Not bad. Most every parts house can cross reference the Napa part numbers to their numbers. If they can't, don't drop a dime in their store.
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99 thru 02 was coarse studs for the lugs and 03 up is fine thread
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99 thru 02 was coarse studs for the lugs and 03 up is fine thread
Interesting..........
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14x2.0 then went to 14x1.5
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