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Front hubs help

I recently found out my front hub asembly on both sides is worned out, one side is worst than the other so ive decided to change them both. I was wondering whats the cheapest place i can find them? I found some good deals on Amazon but im not sure of they are right for my truck. I drive an early 99 f250 SD 4x4. Any help would be appreciated.
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are you talking about the unit bearings ?
or locking 4x4 Hubs

if your talking bearings you really want to make sure you get Timken brand

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Unit bearings..my local NAPA store caries the SKF brand at $198 a piece.
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go to Autozone and they usually have the Timkens
unless your selling the truck soon ?

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if it's and early '99, it's worth concidering converting to later model unit berrings and rotors... the cost of both rotors and both berrings is often about the same as just the older unit berrings alone. I've done this to my early '99, so I'd be able to keep one spare for all my trucks.

The off-set is diffrent by about 3/16 of an inch, between the older and newer ones, and the rotor counter-acts this offset, which is why you need to change them together.

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