Hub Bearing Assembly
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Driveworks Hub Bearing Assembly

Part No. NT512024 Warranty Details  
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Driveworks hub Bearing assembly is designed to meet or exceed original equipment (OE) standards in form, fit and function. Hub bearing assembly is designed to support the vehicle's weight and reduce resistance so that your wheels maintain contact with the road under any condition. Easy installation, comfortable handling and quiet performance are just a few of the benefits you will find with the installation of Driveworks hub bearing assembly. The hub bearing come complete with wheel studs, hub and bearings. Also, includes ABS Wheel Sensors where applicable.

Product Features:
  • Constructed from high-quality materials for extended durability
  • Integral raceway provides proper clearance between the ball and bearing riding surfaces
  • Ensures proper ABS function and quiet operation
  • Precision-matched components deliver smooth and quiet operation
  • Manufactured to strict engineering quality standards
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Material:65Mn Steel

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  • Q:

    Asked on 4/25/2014 by PETE from BROOKFIELD CT

    1 answer



      Hi PETE, glad to assist you! I see that this wheel hub assembly is for rear. In order to check the exact fit, please provide the year, make, model and engine size of the vehicle.

      Answered on 4/25/2014 by Vincent from AAP
  • Q:

    Does this have to be press this back in to knuckle ?
    It is going back on a 1999 Ford Contour 4cly dho non turbo
    Asked on 11/16/2013 by Charles from Plainfield IL

    1 answer



      Hi Charles, follow these instructions to replace the wheel bearing hub assembly. Set the parking brake and block the rear wheels using the wheel chocks. Jack the front of the car up, until the wheels are off the ground, using the floor jack. Place jack stands under the front of the chassis, to support the weight of the car, and lower the car onto them. Remove the front wheels using the lug wrench. Push a long punch through the brake pad inspection opening in the caliper, and into the vent slots in the rotor, to hold the brake rotor in place. Remove the axle nut using a 35-mm socket and the breaker bar. Remove the caliper by removing the attaching bolts and lifting it off the rotor. Slide the rotor off the front hub assembly. Disconnect the brake hose from the bracket on the strut and hang the rotor out of the way. Disconnect the tie rod end by removing the cotter pin and nut that attaches it to the steering knuckle. Apply several sharp blows to the steering arm, where the tie-rod is attached, to release the tie-rod from the knuckle. Remove the pinch bolt that attaches the steering knuckle to the strut and slide the strut out of the steering knuckle. It may be necessary to pry down on the steering knuckle to free it from the strut. Remove the pinch bolt that attaches the steering knuckle to the ball joint and pry the steering knuckle off the lower ball joint using the pry bar. Remove the steering knuckle from the wheel opening and have the new bearing pressed into the steering knuckle. Reinstall the steering knuckle in the reverse order that it was removed. Tighten the strut pinch bolt to 40 ft-lbs, and the ball joint pinch bolt to 55-58 ft-lbs, using a torque wrench. Tighten the axle nut to 210 ft-lbs. Install the wheel and lower the car to the ground before torquing the lug-nuts to 80 ft-lbs.

      Answered on 11/18/2013 by Steve from AAP
  • Q:

    does this go in front or back?
    Asked on 3/12/2011 by Ren from euclid,Ohio

    1 answer



      It is the rear wheel hub assembly.

      Answered on 3/12/2011 by Parts Guru Geo from AAP
  • Q:

    does this have to be prest in an prest back in to knuckle ?
    Asked on 6/4/2010 by car problems from Newark , Ohio

    2 answers



      For further assistance, please provide the year, make, model and engine size of the vehicle in question.

      Answered on 7/9/2010 by Mike from AAP
    • A:

      Yes they half to be pressed in or out and No this Is not a front Hub assembly

      Answered on 5/31/2014 by Advanced Customer Care Blows.. from Kentucky
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