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Old April 8th, 2011, 12:31 PM
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Wheel bearing Part # timken

I am about to do the brakes on the D90 and while at it I want to replace the wheel bearings.

Anyone has the substitute part numbers to obtain at the local store?

( Timken, SKF, whatever )

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Old April 8th, 2011, 12:51 PM
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timken set #37

Make sure you have a nice thin sturdy drift to remove the old races, they are a bitch

I had my races in the freezer for 2 days before I put them in, they only required light tapping to seat fully
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Old April 8th, 2011, 01:28 PM
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Don't forget the hub seals while you're in there...what the heck is that "new" part number???
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Old April 8th, 2011, 01:37 PM
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Yea and the "one time use" lock washer...I just did this job a few weeks back. It was messy but overall pretty quick. You will also need the stamped box wrench to remove the inner lock nut.

I got my stamped wrench from RN for $15 I think. Sourced the bearings locally and got the 2 seals and the 2 lock washers from RN. I ended up just scraping the drive flange faces and the hub faces clean and using black RTV instead of the paper gasket.

oh and a pair of circlip pliers
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Old April 8th, 2011, 01:41 PM
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I think goos is pretty good on the process.
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Old April 8th, 2011, 05:22 PM
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newer style hub seal: RTC3511
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I think Napa has the bearings

Also get the new style locking nut. No need for the crappy two nut and folding washer deal. PN#RFD100000. cheaper to get through Paddocks I think. But RN should carry them too.
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Old April 8th, 2011, 08:31 PM
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NAPA didn't have them here in Colorado. Autozone had genuine Timken.
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I think Napa has the bearings

Also get the new style locking nut. No need for the crappy two nut and folding washer deal. PN#RFD100000. cheaper to get through Paddocks I think. But RN should carry them too.
This is why I love this forum! Great info, but how does it lock? I don't get it. Is it reusable?
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NAPA has BR37 ( SKF )

AUTOZONE has some Timken, but also have PTC ( Pronto ) fake Timken

The problem is no store has 8 in hand ( go figure )
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This is why I love this forum! Great info, but how does it lock? I don't get it. Is it reusable?
It's are re-useable. I think I might know where Daniel got the idea from.... I need to scan in my tech manual about this. He about shit when he looked at my hubs and did not see a locking nut....

basically when you back it out it reshapes itself and if you have no cracks you can re-use it...
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It's are re-useable. I think I might know where Daniel got the idea from.... I need to scan in my tech manual about this. He about shit when he looked at my hubs and did not see a locking nut....

basically when you back it out it reshapes itself and if you have no cracks you can re-use it...
I did poop my pants. basically you tighten the nut on like the original nut. then you take a screwdriver and punch the lip by the flat part of the axle to stop it from rotating. I'd punch it at 5 o'clock so it won't back off at all.

No folding washer, no second nut.
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Old January 22nd, 2012, 12:59 AM
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Bringing up an old thread... but I put some of those newer wheel bearing nuts on and... oh they are awesome! I ordered 5 sets of 4 for my two trucks and some friend's trucks. I may have 2 sets left over if anyone needs 4.
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Sweet where do you order them from, I hate that lock washer.
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Hey guys it would be cool to have a sticky or a thread with all the over the counter replacements for our trucks so when on the road and cant find a part we could resort back to it.

Just a thought im taking notes.
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