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What changed?

Between '02 and '03 on the 4wd front wheel bearing/hub assembly?

There's like a $40 dollar price difference and I thought all the '01 up trucks have the same front drive train.
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i do believe 03's came with bigger rotors. perhaps thats why?
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Yeah that must be it, I never heard about the change before. Oh well only a little more $$. I think my drivers side bearing is going I'll check it out in the morning.
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