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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 06-14-2010, 05:21 PM Thread Starter
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I need the front wheel bearings asap. the driver side is almost completly shot and need replacement asap. might as well buy the pair . But are these any good? i kno that ProParts on this site sells them but i need them like today or tomorow the latest. Any imput on the autozone bearings...and please speak from experience i dont care about that OEM vs Aftermarket stuff. It comes with a 3 year warranty.
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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 06-14-2010, 05:34 PM
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ive had one on my car for over a year and have had no problems
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I didnt know Autozone made wheel bearings...huh

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Who makes it duralast? If its timkin they make good quality items but I've never had a problem with duralast parts, now valucraft I would not buy

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Autozone sells Timkin bearins (aka OEM koyo).



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Quote: emmanuel2112 on Jun/14/10 i kno that ProParts on this site sells them but i need them like today or tomorow the latest.
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If you buy from any autoparts store, make sure you're getting the good brand (AKA TIMKIN) just because one autozone sells timkin, doesn't mean they all do. I've had problems with every parts store brand item I've used. They hold up fine for normal daily driving, but I run my car hard and autocross fairly often, and they just don't last in those conditions.

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thanks guys i went and bought the autozone ones and your right they are koyo. going to take them to school tomorow and put them in.
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just get the ones on here for 90$ for the pair wait the few days its worth i got a set and there great.and if you do go to auto parts store dont go to auto zone there shit go to advanced auto parts i have better luck with them.also proparts usa are nice and great at getting the stuff shipped out i didnt have any issues

good luck if you rush to put your car back together it will fall apart faster (thats how i look at it)
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just get the ones on here for 90$ for the pair wait the few days its worth i got a set and there great.and if you do go to auto parts store dont go to auto zone there shit go to advanced auto parts i have better luck with them.also proparts usa are nice and great at getting the stuff shipped out i didnt have any issues

good luck if you rush to put your car back together it will fall apart faster (thats how i look at it)
What's wrong with going to autozonw and getting timkin? They are some of the best at making seals and bearings. They make quality stuff
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The thing about Places like autozone and napa is that they rebox other brands. There are times you might get lucky and get a good wheel bearing made by Koyo or SKF, other times you might get one thats china made. If your willing to take the chances there were times I bought parts like a Inner Tie Rod end which was reboxed my Star Auto Parts and found out it was made by Moog and purchased it for only $17 bucks while everyone else wanted the same Tie Rod just cause the box said Moog on it for $45.
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post #13 of 23 (permalink) Old 08-30-2010, 12:41 PM
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Do you need one or two wheel bearing for each wheel assembly in the front?

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post #14 of 23 (permalink) Old 08-30-2010, 12:51 PM
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one bearing per hub. one hub per corner.

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