Originally Posted by '[486
]well when you put it that way, it is a front wheel bearing
got any d60 fronts laying around?
Just some axletech 5000s
Originally Posted by DozerDan
Seemingly basic logic is often lost...
What car is it, some of the unit bearings can be a bit costly, but most of them are dead easy to swap out with the right tools.
Remove tire, remove caliper bracket (w caliper), pull rotor, remove 3-4 bolts, remove center nut, beat old one out (air hammer for the win- or reinstall tire and use PS box and a block of wood to walk it out), apply wire brush, apply never seize, reverse order.
01 ford escape. If I recall from sourcing parts for the rear, front hub, bearing and hardware kit is around $50. Rear bearing came out in pieces and was a bitch. The hub goes through the bearing onto the axle, bearing was was naturally seized in the hub.At least I have experience for the front now.