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National Ball Bearing

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Bearing Type:Roller Type Hangers


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Goog part, cheap price

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    Comments about National Ball Bearing:

    I bought this as a replacement part for a worn out carrier bearing in a truck that had sat for around eight years. I had a broke finger from a horse accident and don't have much strength in my right (dominant) hand. I had to have a friend press the old bearing and collar off the driveshaft for me. Other than that, it was an easy install. I have driven the truck for about 500 miles since installing the bearing. Time will tell if it was a wise buy. It has a one year warranty; for twenty dollars more I could have bought a part with lifetime warranty. But money is extremely tight right now.

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      Can this repair be done in my driveway without any special tools?
      Asked on 8/28/2011 by Anonymous from Knightdale, NC

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        I would suggest taking your vehicle to a certified mechanic for a proper diagnosis before the repairing is carried out in your vehicle.

        Answered on 8/29/2011 by DIY Daniel from AAP
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        yes,you can do this in your driveway,just dont forget to chock the will have to pull the driveshaft.try to make sure your on level ground too.

        Answered on 10/25/2011 by scott h from dothan al.
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