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Old 12-06-2008
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Wheel bearings and seals order ?s

I'm making a rockauto order and had a few questions that I'm sure someone here can answer.

Ordering Moog upper and lower ball joints. For the uppers K80012 is the replacement ball joint for Moog upper control arms K8708T and K8710T. K8710T is the 2 piece right upper but will these still fit K80068 the 1-piece?

Wheel bearings are BCA/NATIONAL Part# A2 Outers and A5 Inners correct? I cant figure out which front seals to order the BCA 9150S or 710519. I think its the 710519 because it lists that shaft size almost the same as the bearing inner diameter. I just wanted to check to make sure.

I'm sure someone has ordered these parts from rock before. Thanks in advance and I'm sorry if this is a repeat thread.
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Hey shane, Fx4wannabe, didnt you convert to the 1 piece when you did your ball joints?

Anyone with an Edge order their bearings and seals from rockauto before?
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I'm swapping my ball joints to MOOGs in the spring too.
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another bump

suggestions to use other bearings and/or front seals are welcome
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I had this picture in my folder with the all the pictures I took for the brake tutorial I did. They are motor city brand tho, but you can see it says A2, A5, and 9150S. My truck is an 02 2wd EDGE.

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Thank you very much. I'm assuming you used them and they fit lol.
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Thank you very much. I'm assuming you used them and they fit lol.
No problem, yep I used them a while ago and they fit and work fine.
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Much appreciated sir! I think I figured that the Moog replacement uppers still fit the 1 piece UCA too. So all my questions are answered for now!
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