Wheel Bearing

Discussion in '1998 - 2011 Ford Ranger' started by rangerguy95, Feb 18, 2013.

  1. rangerguy95

    rangerguy95 New Member

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  3. Hooligan

    Hooligan Rangerholic!!

    Do the whole assembly, they are cheap enough, plus you won't need to press the bearing. Pressing the bearing sometimes requires a BIG press. I would go with Timkin assemblies. I have had other cheap ones but they didnt last a year. So far Timkin has held up very nice.

    They get pricey but they are worth it. Also check with a dealer to see if your hub assembly part number matches other years. I believe they do and you can find the Timkins for your truck cheaper. My truck is an 01 and I put 07 Timkin hub assemblies on
  4. OP

    rangerguy95 New Member

    Thank you very much!
  5. adsm08

    adsm08 New Member

    I don't think you can get the 4x4 bearings for the 98+ with anything other than an assembly. It is a sealed bearing assembly.
  6. Scrambler82

    Scrambler82 Old Guy User

    What about going to manual locking hubs, can’t that be done in a ’98-’00 without a lot of extra work ?

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