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hub and air-filter q's

so, my driverside front wheel bearing is on its way out, not too bad yet but in need of some attention soon. i was on ebay looking for replacements and came across this:

NEW OEM FRONT HUB BALL BEARING KIT 2005-2010 FORD SUPER DUTY 4WD #5C3Z-2B513-AA | eBay

i have previously had my hub out and if i remember correctly the bearing on the back side is held in by a sap ring, so what i was thinking is that this would be a replacement for it. i used the part number on tousley's website and it comes up as 08+. did they change much up front from 06-08? i was looking at my secretaries truck (08 6.4) and it looks almost identical.

second: afe stage 11: i changed my air filter last month so its basically brand new, when i did that i pressed the button on the airflow sensor, now on my hud its saying "check air filter". took a look at the filter and it still looks like perfect. should i just get a new flow sensor or is there some sequence you have to follow to reset that thing?

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The hubs on the 4wd units are non serviceable bearings, you will need to buy the whole hub assembly. With that said, I have heard that you can service the inside bearing, but not the front. IMO, your better off buying the whole assembly than just replacing the inside bearing and having a questionable outer bearing.

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ya, i kind of thought thats what people would say but i figured it might buy me some time, what about the "Chech Air Filter" on the HUD any advice?

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5" MBRP turbo-back straight pipe
harley buckets, centre console and gauge cluster
high idle

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