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Old 03-26-2017, 03:13 AM   #1
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Hub Bearing Part Numbers

Hello. My front hub bearings went bad and I wanted to replace them. I wanted to get myself something decent (Moog or Timken), but can't seem to find anything. My main problem is most Alero hubs I see, are for Aleros with ABS, and mine does not have ABS. Does anyone know if the ABS version works on non-ABS? If not, and Timken or Moog do make non-abs alero hubs, what are the part numbers?
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I have Timken in my Alero which is non-ABS. All the bearings have ABS. There is just a plug that comes off the factory wheel bearing connector and goes into the new aftermarket one. The bearings themselves are identical. The retaining clip and everything is there. You just take out the old one, install the new bearing, stick the dummy plug in the connector and you're done. Don't forget to use the new included axle nut and torque it to 173 lb-ft. It's a revised second design nut that uses less torque and helps the bearings last longer.
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