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MOOG Hub Assemblies Hub Assembly

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MOOG Hub AssembliesHub Assembly
 
5.0

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

Good part

By 

from Orlando

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Comments about MOOG Hub Assemblies Hub Assembly:

2010 Toyota Venza, 65,000 miles. AWD. Rear wheel bearing hub assembly. I bought this to replace a wheel bearing that was starting to make noise. Packaging was fine, the top of the box was glued down so I wasn't worried about any previous funny business. The machining finish on the hub assembly was good. I would have liked to see a plating like zinc to go with the premium price. Fitment was good. The splines were a tight slip fit. The access holes in the hub are convenient. The bearing seal is branded NSK, I expect a long life.

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5.0

great part

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from Boston, MA

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Pros

  • Easy To Install

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    Best Uses

    • Everyday Driving
    • Replacement

    Comments about MOOG Hub Assemblies Hub Assembly:

    This job took me and a friend 2 hrs to remove bad hub assembly, and 30 min to install new one. if you watch video's and have some decent tools, you can do this and save alotttt of money.

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    5.0

    Perfect fit, worked great

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    from Southern NH

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    Comments about MOOG Hub Assemblies Hub Assembly:

    Bought this to replace a worn out rear wheel bearing in our '04 Highlander, ~155K miles. This is a quality part that had the exact same Koyo bearing as the OEM one I removed. It's obvious that this was designed to be easy to replace, as long as you have a decent set of tools. You need to just remove the brake caliper (leave it on the bracket, take the whole thing off, hang it out of the way with a bungee), slide the rotor off, and remove the 4 bolts. You DO NOT need to disassemble the e-brake stuff. The only problem I had was getting it separated from the backing plate, due to corrosion. Lots of Kroil, let it soak, spray more, a little bit of heat, then I thought of a trick: put the wheel/tire back on, hit the tire with a big hammer, the torque popped it right off the backing plate. Then the rest of the job is easy.

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    • Q:

      Are there any directions/diagrams/explanations and list of tools needed to replace the rear wheel bearing hub assembly? I want to make sure I have the right equipment before taking my 2007 Highlander apart.
      Asked on 2/21/2016 by Anthony from VA

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        A:

        Hi Anthony, happy to help you! You will have to remove the rear wheel, caliper and disconnect the ABS sensor (if applicable) and remove the hub assembly. Then replace the new hub assembly and reassemble in reverse order. Things You'll Need: floor jack, jack stand, wheel chock, half-inch drive breaking bar, socket set, spindle nut socket, screwdriver, sandpaper, bungee cord, rubber mallet, slide hammer, C-clamp and adjustable torque wrench. For help with your project, I recommend purchasing a Haynes or Chilton repair manual specifically for your vehicle. This should be able to assist you further into detail on how to repair or replace specific parts. Haynes Toyota Highlander '99-'06 Repair Manual (Part No. 92095)

        Answered on 2/22/2016 by Steve from AAP
    • Q:

      in the description it say rear awd 2req. What does 2req mean ?
      Asked on 12/23/2013 by matt

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        A:

        That's a great question, Matt! 2 req means that for that vehicle 2 are required to do a complete job on that vehicle. One hub assembly per side.

        Answered on 12/23/2013 by Heath, ASE Parts Specialist from AAP
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