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Old 07-18-2015, 06:47 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by rich2342 View Post
bumping an old post, but this is the third time I have had to replace one of these fuggers. In the past, I think it has been bearing only.

I am wondering if like the above poster mentions that, the hub should also be replaced as well and could only replacing bearing have lead to premature burn out after two seasons?
The hub is completely re-usable, it is only a press fit into the bearing which bolts to the knuckle.
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Bumping old thread with some helpful info

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