Duralast Wheel Hub Assemblies and Bearings
All Duralast Wheel Hub Assemblies and Bearings utilize the latest technologies and manufacturing processes to ensure quality and performance. Learn what sets them apart.
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Do It Right The First Time
Tips and warnings are provided inside each box to help avoid common pitfalls during the installation process.
Install with Confidence
Original Equipment bearing design for superior quality, ease of installation, and Original Equipment form, fit, and function.
Original Equipment Quality Materials
Only Original Equipment quality or better high-tensile strength steel and components are used to ensure maximum performance and service life of each unit.
All Duralast Hub Assemblies equipped with ABS sensors are factory tested for proper signal, resistance, and wavelength uniformity against Original Equipment specifications on custom designed computerized equipment.
For full service life of your hub assembly, AutoZone has everything you need to do the job right:
- Always follow proper torque specifications during installation by referring to instructions in the box or from helpful advice in our stores.
- Check out our Loan-A-Tool program for available job specific tools.
- Free tech support when you call and speak to our ASE certified technicians at 1-800-228-9672.
When Should You Check Your Hub Bearings?
A good time to check your wheel hub assemblies and bearings is when you are changing your brakes.
How Long Do Hub Bearings Last?
Average hub bearing service life is between 80K – 100K miles. [varies by manufacturer]
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