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post #11 of 23 Old 04-04-2019, 10:55 AM Thread Starter
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Ok yea auto zone swears that it’s fine thread but I say it’s course after seeing what you guys say and then looking at the threads they definitely don’t look fine to me
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99% sure they are course thread. M14x2.0 Fine thread is M14x1.5

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'02 F-250

This Timken from Amazon is the same part number (515020) as the Power Stop in the pic above. Does it look like the right stuff?

Timken 515020 Axle Bearing and Hub Assembly

List Price: $206.98
Price: $168.78




Also this? SKF 28600 Axle Shaft Seal $28.02


And maybe this? National 710413 Oil Seal $11.18

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It is the correct bearing- 10$ cheaper on Rock auto and you are guaranteed you wont receive fakes
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It is the correct bearing- 10$ cheaper on Rock auto and you are guaranteed you wont receive fakes
Amazon lists Timken as the supplier. We've had some issues with Rock Auto in the past. Not anxious to use them again.
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get the bearings from a ford dealer.
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get the bearings from a ford dealer.
And pay 3 times as much

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And pay 3 times as much
not if you shop on the web or ebay and buy from a ford dealer and get free shipping and pay no tax. at least I know i got the real thing and not some knock off in a real looking box. Back in the 1970's knock off were being sold at auto parts stores. Autolite was boxed as Autocar and looked just like the real thing and the car was going the opposite direction. Delco was boxed as Delcar , etc. This was way before the global economy and china. I worked as a mechainc for 10 years in the 70's and 80's.
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You realize Timken is the OEM supplier for the Ford hub assemblies?

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