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2000 wheelbearing question

i have a lady that works with me and she needs wheelbearings for her 2000 ranger 4x4 does hers use the same ones as my 2003 or are they the pulse vacuum hubs
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it could be either...ford switched over sometime in 00
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LoL is there a way to find out?
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try pulling a wheel and see if theres any vac lines running to the hub
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i dont really have anyway to be able to look at it as she lives kinda far from me
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with out pulling it off. pop her center cap off. is the opening hole bigger or smaller that yous? if its bigger she has PVH. small like yours (giggle) same as yours
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sweet... that helps and its not my fault i have a small one...
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