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Rear Wheel Bearing Hub with ABS #4596112
12/06/17 01:02 PM
12/06/17 01:02 PM
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New York
Recalculating Offline OP
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Getting constant rear wheel bearing groan on the below listed 2007 Buick Lacrosse. Sounds like right rear and will take the time to check out in the garage shortly. Vehicle has 50k on it with new struts on all four put on last year. Will replace both sides. Am reaching out for recommendations likely using Rockauto.

Am seeing a large number of name brands with varied range in price.

Thanks.


2009 Honda CR-V EX-L 55k
2007 Buick Lacrosse 54k
Re: Rear Wheel Bearing Hub with ABS [Re: Recalculating] #4596126
12/06/17 01:16 PM
12/06/17 01:16 PM
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The Motor City
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I looked at what is available. Except for the AC Delco, they all look like aftermarket hub units.

How long are you planning on keeping the car? Have you looked into OEM from the dealer? They are typically the best quality and longest lasting.

Re: Rear Wheel Bearing Hub with ABS [Re: Recalculating] #4596130
12/06/17 01:20 PM
12/06/17 01:20 PM
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Lake County, Ohio
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I have used the ECCPP brand from Amazon several times for different vehicles. Very affordable and can find free shipping with Prime membership if you belong. If not, perhaps a neighbor or co-worker has a membership and can order for you. Most reviews have been very good. I have never had any go bad that I have purchased.

The ones on my son's Rendezvous (known for going thorugh bearings) have been on for about 50000 miles now with no problems. I had replaced both fronts for him.

Here is a pair of them for $75.99

https://www.amazon.com/ECCPP-Bearing-Assembly-2006-2009-Compatible/dp/B074354QTN/ref=sr_1_72

Last edited by wwillson; 12/07/17 07:37 AM. Reason: fix URL
Re: Rear Wheel Bearing Hub with ABS [Re: Recalculating] #4596187
12/06/17 02:19 PM
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SKF has excellent bearing hubs and the pricing seems very good on Rock for those. Which engine do you have, the 3.6 or the 3.8? Probably better than the oem ones.

Re: Rear Wheel Bearing Hub with ABS [Re: Recalculating] #4596387
12/06/17 06:40 PM
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Look on ebay too.

Re: Rear Wheel Bearing Hub with ABS [Re: Recalculating] #4596437
12/06/17 07:37 PM
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I would pick up the SKF for $77.79. The only other option worth while would be the ACD Original Equipment, not the Advantage line. Is it worth an extra $23? That's your call. It's most likely made by SKF or Timkin, anyhow.

Last edited by 14Accent; 12/06/17 07:39 PM.

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Re: Rear Wheel Bearing Hub with ABS [Re: Recalculating] #4596475
12/06/17 08:04 PM
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New York
Recalculating Offline OP
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Thanks for the input. I do have PRIME. I have already replaced the left front with AC Delco via Rockauto.

The vehicle is a 2007 with the Series 3 3800 @ only 50k. Amazed with the amount of work put in to keep it running quiet. Struts, brakes, emissions parts. Glad I have acquired the skills for DIY. The costs for replacement parts are much lower than paying for a new vehicle and or payments.

I do most of my own vehicle maintenance so I especially enjoy members with 3800s posting their endeavors going down the trail with replacing plastic elbows and intake manifold gaskets and the like. Been there.

Again thanks. If further, pile it on. Iíll reason through the input for my choice.


2009 Honda CR-V EX-L 55k
2007 Buick Lacrosse 54k
Re: Rear Wheel Bearing Hub with ABS [Re: ls973800] #4596517
12/06/17 08:27 PM
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Originally Posted By: ls973800
I have used the ECCPP brand from Amazon several times for different vehicles. Very affordable and can find free shipping with Prime membership if you belong. If not, perhaps a neighbor or co-worker has a membership and can order for you. Most reviews have been very good. I have never had any go bad that I have purchased.

The ones on my son's Rendezvous (known for going thorugh bearings) have been on for about 50000 miles now with no problems. I had replaced both fronts for him.

Here is a pair of them for $75.99

https://www.amazon.com/ECCPP-Bearing-Assembly-2006-2009-Compatible/dp/B074354QTN/ref=sr_1_72


This is the correct way to post a link without creating a side scroll bar for the whole thread:
Amazon LINK

Re: Rear Wheel Bearing Hub with ABS [Re: Recalculating] #4596638
12/06/17 10:03 PM
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Trav Offline
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SKF is very good but there are lots of NOS Timken around for these and they are also top shelf. Rock has lower prices but shipping cost.

https://www.amazon.com/Timken-HA590092-Axle-Bearing-Assembly/dp/B000VKN4X4/ref=au_as_r

Edit: Not to be viewed with small 15" monitors.

Last edited by wwillson; 12/07/17 07:38 AM. Reason: fix URL
Re: Rear Wheel Bearing Hub with ABS [Re: Trav] #4596668
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Trav - I tried your link over at the Test Forum. At the advice of a very technically skilled BITOG member by
the name of Linctex, if you delete everything that's in bold, the link will still work without causing a side scroll.

https://www.amazon.com/Timken-HA590092-Axle-Bearing-Assembly/dp/B000VKN4X4/ref=au_as_r?_encoding=UTF8&Make=Buick%7C45&Model=LaCrosse%7C2543&Year=2007%7C2007&ie=UTF8&n=15684181&newVehicle=1&s=automotive&vehicleId=1&vehicleType=automotive

Example Below:
https://www.amazon.com/Timken-HA590092-Axle-Bearing-Assembly/dp/B000VKN4X4/ref=au_as_r

Re: Rear Wheel Bearing Hub with ABS [Re: Merkava_4] #4596675
12/06/17 11:08 PM
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Originally Posted By: Merkava_4
Trav - I tried your link over at the Test Forum. At the advice of a very technically skilled BITOG member by
the name of Linctex, if you delete everything that's in bold, the link will still work without causing a side scroll.

Example Below:
https://www.amazon.com/Timken-HA590092-Axle-Bearing-Assembly/dp/B000VKN4X4/ref=au_as_r


Glad it is working out for you!


MOST (not always, but most) of the time you see a question mark, everything after it (including the ?) are not necessary when posting a link.


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Re: Rear Wheel Bearing Hub with ABS [Re: Recalculating] #4715288
04/03/18 02:06 PM
04/03/18 02:06 PM
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Recalculating Offline OP
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Just a followup post to the original 12/6/17 post. Putting the cheap mechanic's stethoscope to the culprit hub verified the needed change.

Completed the R&R of the passenger rear ABS wheel bearing hub. Purchased the SKF from Rockauto as recommended. Maybe a hour to change including a good brass wire clean out of the housing and applied dielectric grease to seal the ABS connection from the elements. Slammed out the studs from the old hub and bagged and tagged for possible future need.

Wheel now quiet. Thanks for the replies.

Last edited by Recalculating; 04/03/18 02:07 PM.

2009 Honda CR-V EX-L 55k
2007 Buick Lacrosse 54k
Re: Rear Wheel Bearing Hub with ABS [Re: Recalculating] #4715404
04/03/18 04:48 PM
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Thanx for follow up grin2


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Re: Rear Wheel Bearing Hub with ABS [Re: Recalculating] #4715472
04/03/18 05:54 PM
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Trav Offline
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thumbsup And saved some money for beer too.


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