Hub Bearing Assembly
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Driveworks Hub Bearing Assembly

Part No. NT512041 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
  • Improved connection and conductivity of the ABS signal due to high strength polymer and copper wiring
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Material:65Mn Steel
Sealed:Yes

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4.0

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4.0

Drive Works fit like OEM

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from Constantine, Michigan

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Last Longer Than Vehicle

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      Comments about Driveworks Hub and Bearing Assembly:

      2002 Toyota Sienna,left rear hub and sensor. In and out in less than one hour !! Hub was replaced because Vehicle speed sensor was missing. Bearing exposed to Michigan weather for a year.

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      4.0

      good for any skill level

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      from WI

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      • Direct Fit
      • Easy to install
      • Easy To Use

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          Comments about Driveworks Hub and Bearing Assembly:

          took less than an hour to install

           
          4.0

          Works as advertised

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          from Cincinnati, OH

          About Me Casual Driver, Mechanic

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          • Easy To Use

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            Comments about Driveworks Hub and Bearing Assembly:

            Rear wheel bearings for Toyota Sienna were the least expensive I could find, arrived quickly, fit the vehical as advertised and were easy to install.

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            • Q:

              My 2000 Toyota Sienna has 115,000 miles. The ABS light comes on and stays on. I followed the diagnostic directions and traced the problem to a faulty wheel speed sensor on the rear driver-side wheel. The sensor is part of the hub assembly, which is alright because the rear bearings are starting to get loud and should be changed. Do I need a special hub puller for this type of hub assembly or do I just remove the four bolts holding on the flange? Am I correct that the brake rotor separates from the hub assembly without a special tool once the caliper assembly is removed?
              Asked on 3/16/2010 by Jimmy from Buffalo, NY

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                You should be able to remove the hub assembly by removing just the bolts. I would consult a local mechanic shop just to be sure.

                Answered on 4/26/2010 by Chris
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