|11-21-2011 09:22 AM|
|tomjohn777||I agree that you should do them in pairs. But you can replace just one and plan on replacing the other one as soon as budget permits. I had to do it that way with my F350. It bought me some time|
|11-21-2011 09:14 AM|
That's kinda what i figured. I found that same post last night! I found this on amazon this morning:
Amazon.com: Precision 513084 Hub Assembly: Automotive
I've got a friend with an Amazon prime account, $3.99 per item for overnight shipping, it will save me $20 from the auto parts store
|11-21-2011 09:00 AM|
I would say if you can replace in pairs, as usually the other one is not far behind the bad one. Deal from the vendor section...
|11-21-2011 08:57 AM|
Hub assembly replaced in pairs?
I have a worn bearing on my front right wheel, I am on a budget, and was wondering if it is wise to to just replace the worn hub, or do both at the same time?(Front d30 wheel hubs)
Thanks in advance for the advice!