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Old 07-12-2018, 03:00 AM
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Wheel Bearing Recomendation

I have a 2006 Cobalt SS Supercharged. I need to replace the right front wheel bearing and would like to know what brand bearing you would go with? I started to lean towards Timken but then seen some posts about them moving manufacturing to China and their product going downhill. Is this a part you would buy at Autozone, eBay, or? Also, what is a "fair" price for one? I don't want to cheap out and end up doing this twice lol.

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Old 07-12-2018, 11:01 AM
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I had timken but they rusted to hell in about 2 years. If you can snag it, go for ACDELCO.

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ACDELCO 513206 {#19312266} Advantage Info
Front; 5 Stud
$109.79 USD
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I really need something this weekend. One of my local autzones has a Moog one for like 100 bucks. Would you go with it or the eBay ones that are like 30 bucks a piece?
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Based on your choices I would go moog. Skf is also good.
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Thanks. Who would you go with for rotors? I prefer to get a set of black dimpled and slotted?
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https://www.am-autoparts.com/product...21.html?m=1050

Would these fit my car?

Since I am going to have to wait on the rotors anyways because no local store will have any performance rotor. I am thinking I will just order everything online and do the work next weekend.
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