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Your 1993 Mercury Grand Marquis might be the best vehicle you’ve ever owned. Or you may just be struggling to keep it highway-approved. No matter the situation, Advance Auto Parts has the Rear Wheel Bearing product you desperately need.
We currently carry 3 Rear Wheel Bearing products to choose from for your 1993 Mercury Grand Marquis, and our inventory prices range from as little as $12.39 up to $40.49.
On top of low prices, Advance Auto Parts offers 3 different trusted brands of Rear Wheel Bearing products for the 1993 Mercury Grand Marquis. We only sell parts from trusted brands like Driveworks so that you can find quality parts you can count on.
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By Lowes Guy
From haywood county, NC
Very nice quality- nice finish..
Bottom Line recommended
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Bearings fit just right and seem to be heavy duty and I expect them to perform like the original for another 200,000 miles.
Upgraded design works great
It's been 40 miles, of course it works. Not happy how one box says Made In USA and the other box says Made In China, which is it? Is it the same as the Driveworks $10 bearing, it looks like it. Also not happy how parts like this that are usually replaced in pairs but every store within 50 miles only stocks one. About the bearing and reading other reviews, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS! WHEN PROPERLY INSTALLED THERE IS APPROX 1/4 INCH OF THE BEARING STICKING OUT OF THE HOUSING.
from $40.49View Product
Fit perfectly, easy installation, would buy again.
From Henrico VA
Installed this repair axle bearing on a 2003 Ford Ranger 2WD 4cyl 2.3L engine. - rear whee l- drivers side No. 1 - Like another reviewer said, the end of the axle repair bearing will stick out past the end of the axle tube/housing a full 1/4". This is not a problem. Don't keep trying to bang it in flush with the axle tube. It won't go. There's an inner lip that stops it from going any further. It will stick out a 1/4". It's not gonna cause a problem. No. 2 - Two reviewers said that after installing this bearing they were not able to push the axle in far enough to get the retainer C clip back on inside the differential. I came upon this problem at first also. Solution is-- I took my cheapo Harbor Freight 4 lb mallet and gently tapped the end of the axle in towards the diff until I was able to get the C clip on. Simple as that. You won't be able to push the axle in by hand as the outer seal is there, but you can tap the axle in past the outer seal a bit to get the C clip on. Just tap a little at a time and keep checking to see if the C clip will just go on. Don't tap it in to far and take a chance on messing up the outer seal on the bearing. It can be done. I did it. Once the C clip is back on the axle will be moved back the other way into exact proper position when the center spacer rod is set back into position. You'll need a heavy slide hammer to yank out the old bearing and seal. Just yank em both out together at the same time. And you'll need a heavy mallet to get the bearing banged in (Harbor Freight/China Express). Also, you don't necessarily need to take the drum brake assembly off but it does allow you to see what's going on better.
Bottom Line recommended
Once installed you can't slide the axle shaft far enough to put the c clip back in. This product is useless.
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