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left front wheel bearing ?

i need a left front wheel bearing on my 94 4x4 and im going to have a shop do it any idea how much it should cost?
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so i got quote of 150 to fix it.
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You're lucky, i charged charged out the ying yang
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You're lucky, i charged charged out the ying yang
Yeah but your truck has a unit bearing. The whole thing comes as an assembley that just slides in.
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Yeah but your truck has a unit bearing. The whole thing comes as an assembley that just slides in.
Oh, I'm still doing my own this time
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Yeah but be prepared to pay a **** load for the actual part.
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the parts for my truck are around 60 and im going to drive me truck 120 miles home then do it at a friends garage for 100 and i will learn how to do it. i hope i dont **** some other stuff up driving it home.
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Yeah but be prepared to pay a **** load for the actual part.
$156 shipped from Rockauto... Is that bad?

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the parts for my truck are around 60 and im going to drive me truck 120 miles home then do it at a friends garage for 100 and i will learn how to do it. i hope i dont **** some other stuff up driving it home.
Lucky... you and your cheaper parts
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yeah its nice knowing people i have 4 friends with garages and lifts i have access to almost 10 lifts lol
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