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Old 04-20-2012, 01:52 AM
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Timken or Moog front wheel hub bearing assembly?

I need to replace my left front wheel hub bearing and was wondering which one is best to buy. I am looking at Timken or Moog. Which would be best or is there a better one out there for the money?
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Re: Timken or Moog front wheel hub bearing assembly?

ive always had good luck with timken... timken are made in USA too...just replaced both my fronts couple weeks ago...
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Re: Timken or Moog front wheel hub bearing assembly?

Im going to order a set of the Timken.
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Re: Timken or Moog front wheel hub bearing assembly?

Timken...they make good stuff.
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Old 04-20-2012, 06:20 PM
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Re: Timken or Moog front wheel hub bearing assembly?

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I need to replace my left front wheel hub bearing and was wondering which one is best to buy. I am looking at Timken or Moog. Which would be best or is there a better one out there for the money?
Check auto zone for the timken the have a pretty good price!
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Re: Timken or Moog front wheel hub bearing assembly?

Timken for sure. And its not just because they are local to me.......OK well maybe that has a little to do with it. Great products though.
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where are moog's made
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I think Federal Mogul.
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Re: Timken or Moog front wheel hub bearing assembly?

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I think Federal Mogul.
Yeah? Show me Federal Mogul on a map.


Moog parts are made by the global company Federal Mogul, whose corporate headquarters is in Michigan.




To answer the OP's question, both companies make great products and you'll be happy with either one.
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Timken for sure. And its not just because they are local to me.......OK well maybe that has a little to do with it. Great products though.
literally local for you... made right there in your home town...

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where are moog's made
could be anywhere in the world federal mogul is in a bunch of different countries..
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