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Wheel Bearings

where is the cheapest place to get wheel bearings for my 94 4x4 super cab with the dana 35? i looked on rock auto but they got so many variations i got no idea what to get.
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if you got the spicer or timken number that would be even better. thanks
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you realize there is the outer wheel bearings there is 2 of those. that would be Timken

then there is an inner axle bearing thats a needle bearing, you will need all the seals also. then there is the spicer axle u-joints.. there is TONS of crap you need for the front end of D35.. sadly i have all of it in my room but my now i get to see if i can fix the frame
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you realize there is the outer wheel bearings there is 2 of those. that would be Timken

then there is an inner axle bearing thats a needle bearing, you will need all the seals also. then there is the spicer axle u-joints.. there is TONS of crap you need for the front end of D35.. sadly i have all of it in my room but my now i get to see if i can fix the frame
yea i seen there is inner and outer bearings, i checked my joints, they were good, can you tell me the timken numbers off the bearings when you get a chance please, and a seal number if there is one.i deal with a bearing supplier but he dont look them up by application.
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Redneckstone is also saying there are needle bearings inside the spindle along with the inner and outer wheel bearings that should be replaced.
Total = 6 bearings to change.
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Redneckstone is also saying there are needle bearings inside the spindle along with the inner and outer wheel bearings that should be replaced.
Total = 6 bearings to change.
really? i didnt know about them, i have to get a break down and take a look thanks
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They will be inside the spindle right where it bolts to the steering knuckle.They support the stub shaft on the end of the axle shaft.
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i think i need them too because my stub shaft has play in it where it goes into the spindle, would that cause my hubs to slip when wheeling?
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