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Spindle Assembly

Recently the passenger side wheel bearing seized onto the spindle creating some nasty grooves on the spindle. Tried going to the dealer to get a whole new spindle, but they dont make it anymore. Any ideas where I could get one? New or Used

My ranger is a 1994 4.0 V6 4WD Manual with manual locking hubs in the front.
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