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20200401_110551.jpg Since the driver's bearings were good, I pulled the passenger's hub off. By the time I got the brakes off, I could feel the roughness, but I didn't expect it to be as bad as the inset shows. Since I'm waiting for a U-joint on the driver's side, I swapped that good hub & bearings to this side so I can put one of them back together. The outer bearing (Timken LM104949 roller & LM104911 race) is [url=https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000BZ545U]Timken Set 38[/url], which is apparently also the rear outer bearing. The wheel seal for this 4600# D50IFS is a [url=https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0012UG0F6]National 415960[/url], same as [url=https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00130MSMO]MotorCraft BRS-16[/url] & [url=https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002ESHHJ8]SKF 27467[/url].
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Since the driver's bearings were good, I pulled the passenger's hub off. By the time I got the brakes off, I could feel the roughness, but I didn't expect it to be as bad as the inset shows. Since I'm waiting for a U-joint on the driver's side, I swapped that good hub & bearings to this side so I can put one of them back together. The outer bearing (Timken LM104949 roller & LM104911 race) is Timken Set 38, which is apparently also the rear outer bearing. The wheel seal for this 4600# D50IFS is a National 415960, same as MotorCraft BRS-16 & SKF 27467.
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