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Old 02-10-2010, 02:36 PM
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anyone every use these hub assamblys?

01 02 FORD F250 SUPER DUTY FRONT WHEEL BEARING HUB 4WD : eBay Motors (item 350306647274 end time Feb-17-10 05:25:17 PST)
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They look like the same ones you can get from 1A Auto : Aftermarket Auto Parts, Car Body Parts, Replacement & New Automobile and Truck Parts | Buy Discount Car & Auto Parts Online

Make sure you get the right style lugs. There are coarse threads and fine threads. So check yours before you order.
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yea i seen that, just woundering cuz ford wants like 350 per one, and these are 200 for 2. have you used these ones?
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I just put 2 hub assemblys on my brothers 03 and i we just got them from ford because ive heard bad things about the cheap imitations..
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what have you heard?
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That they fall apart very quickly. And its not just from one person, i know of a few guys around here that had problems. The original ones on my brothers truck lasted a hair over 256,000 miles, so they are worth it.
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I actually have a cheaper one on my truck right now and its doing fine 15k miles on it so far.
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my truck has about 100000 miles and there starting to hum, so if i get 100000 out of the cheap ones im more then happy, they have a1 year warranty which is not the best but at least is something. thanks for the info so far guys!
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Had an original fail at 100K, replaced it with a Ford bearing, it failed at 125K, Replaced both them with aftermarket and am at 187K now with no issues.

For that price you can replace them 3 times, for the price of one set of OEMs.
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Had an original fail at 100K, replaced it with a Ford bearing, it failed at 125K, Replaced both them with aftermarket and am at 187K now with no issues.

For that price you can replace them 3 times, for the price of one set of OEMs.
thats kind of what im thinking.
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