Front Wheel Hub Assembly
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MOOG Hub Assemblies Front Wheel Hub Assembly

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Designed to provide enhanced endurance, maximum contamination exclusion, and proper fit, form and function.
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ABS Sensor Included:Has ABS with Integral Sensor
Bolt Circle Diameter:3.862 in
Bolt Quantity:5
Brake Pilot Diameter:2.975 in
Filler Plug Included:5.95
Flange Bolt Hole Quantity:4
Flange Diameter:5.95 in
Flange Offset:1.408 in
Flange Shape:Rectangular
Hub Bolt Hole Quantity:5
Hub Location:Front Wheel
Hub Pilot Diameter:3.427 in
Location:Front Wheel
Wheel Pilot Diameter:2.753 in


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Excellent fit, craftsmanship and quality


from Houston, TX

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  • Durable
  • Easy To Use
  • High-Performance


    Best Uses

    • Large Cars

    Comments about MOOG Hub Assemblies Front Wheel Hub Assembly:

    I highly recommend this to replace the factory part.

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    • Q:

      I am having a noise that I thought was coming from my tires of which I only have 7K miles on them.
      If my front wheel bearing is bad, would it make a noise as I turn the wheels like front wheel drive cars make when the c/v bearings go bad? I have 105K miles on my 2004 Grand Marquis.
      Thank you
      Asked on 11/8/2011 by TD from Tampa, FL

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        Yes, if the wheel bearing is bad it will make a noise while your turn out the wheels. It is recommended to check as earlier as possible otherwise, it will wear out the hub as well.

        Answered on 11/9/2011 by DIY Daniel from AAP
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