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Koyo and Nachi Tranny Bearings

Well, I need to replace the bearings in my truck. I found a kit and received it today. The bearings are all made by Nachi and Koyo (made in Japan). My tranny mechanic doesn't want to put anything in that's not American made.

Does anyone out there have any experience with these bearings? Will they work as well as any? Thanks, AC.
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chinese/japanese cheap junk does not get put in my trucks drivetrain or suspension. sorry, wasn't much help.
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