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Old 03-05-2014, 08:01 AM
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noob help, wheel bearing?

i've never replaced a wheel bearing in a big truck before so as my truck started to make the wheel bearing noise i went to auto zone to buy a new wheel bearing and was expecting to see the usual hub assembly like in a little fwd car or something, instead they showed me a pic like this

http://www.carid.com/images/wp/skf/w01331702944skf.jpg

is this what im looking for and would i have to get them pressed in? how much would a hub assembly be compared to getting these pressed in, i know a shop that charges $40 to press things in, thanks ahead of time.
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Old 03-05-2014, 08:14 AM
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seems like it would be over 5 bucks, yes/no?

http://www.autozone.com/autozone/par.../N-jkdesZ8oxk8
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Any help? Thanks.
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basically the bearing itself for 4 bucks that i would put into my hub assembly or buy the hub assembly for 100+ bucks? autozone employees are no help so what do you guys say?
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Front wheel? If so its a whole hub bearing assembly. The above pic would be correct for a 2wd

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ok cool thanks, and when they say course or fine thread they're talking about my studs? or wrong again?
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ok cool thanks, and when they say course or fine thread they're talking about my studs? or wrong again?
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most like Me suggest only using Timken the OEM brand

and shop hard autozone for my 06 is over 600 bucks but shop a little and i can find it for 350 .00 yours should be cheaper but still shop around amazon has the best price on mine most times

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