Ford Explorer Wheel Bearing/Hub Assembly-Front

Buy Online. Pick Up In-Store.

What are you working on today?

Get an exact fit for your Ford Explorer

1-20 of 20 Results

1-20 of 20 Results
  • Sponsored
    Sponsored
    Duralast Bearing SET2 for Ford Explorer
    • Part # SET2
    • SKU # 693028
    • Sponsored
    • Sponsored
      Sponsored
      Duralast Bearing DL590446 for Ford Explorer
      • Part # DL590446
      • SKU # 848307
      • Sponsored
      • Sponsored
        Sponsored
        Duralast Bearing SET5 for Ford Explorer
        • Part # SET5
        • SKU # 693085
        • Sponsored
        • Sponsored
          Sponsored
          Duralast Bearing SET6 for Ford Explorer
          • Part # SET6
          • SKU # 693101
          • Sponsored
            Sponsored
            Duralast Bearing SET37 for Ford Explorer
            • Part # SET37
            • SKU # 788737
            • Sponsored
            • Sponsored
            • Sponsored
            • Sponsored
            • Sponsored
              Sponsored
              National Bearing A-2 for Ford Explorer
              • Part # A-2
              • SKU # 697805
              • Sponsored
                Sponsored
                National Bearing A-5 for Ford Explorer
                • Part # A-5
                • SKU # 697812
                • Sponsored
                  Sponsored
                  National Bearing A-37 for Ford Explorer
                  • Part # A-37
                  • SKU # 697810
                  • Sponsored
                    Sponsored
                    National Bearing A-6 for Ford Explorer
                    • Part # A-6
                    • SKU # 697806
                    • Sponsored
                      Sponsored
                      Dorman Bearing 951-837 for Ford Explorer
                      • Part # 951-837
                      • SKU # 1145151
                      • Sponsored
                      • Sponsored
                      • Sponsored
                        Sponsored
                        Dorman Bearing 951-911 for Ford Explorer
                        • Part # 951-911
                        • SKU # 1203581

                        Customer

                        Reviews

                        Reviews for


                        Quick and easy replacement

                        Harvey

                        in 16 days

                        Only 5 bolts to remove. 2 caliper bracket, 3 bearing hub. Plenty of room to work. Used 3/8 sockets, breaker 18" breaker-bar, torque wrench. You need a 15 mm and 18 mm socket. The side that failed, took about half a day, but I was on foot, and made two trips to AutoZone, bout a half mile away.... Did the other side the following week, in about 2 hours. Figured it was 20 years old, and didn't want the same failure. Definitely feel and hear a difference. Only been two weeks, but no problems, should last a while.

                        What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2003 Ford Explorer 2WD

                        Only 5 bolts to remove. 2 caliper bracket, 3 bearing hub. Plenty of room to work. Used 3/8 sockets, breaker 18" breaker-bar, torque wrench. You need a 15 mm and 18 mm socket. The side that failed, took about half a day, but I was on foot, and made two trips to AutoZone, bout a half mile away.... Did the other side the following week, in about 2 hours. Figured it was 20 years old, and didn't want the same failure. Definitely feel and hear a difference. Only been two weeks, but no problems, should last a while.

                        What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2003 Ford Explorer 2WD

                        Reviews for


                        Used all parts that come with it.

                        Kyle

                        in 16 days

                        My bearing was busted so I changed out this assemble. It comes with a new speed sensor/abs sensor. I had zero issues before, so I left the original sensor on and kept new one for backup. My brakes acted up and abs light came on. I installed the new sensor, and all issues went away. So go ahead and use everything that comes in the box. It even comes with new caliper bracket bolts

                        What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2004 ford explorer

                        My bearing was busted so I changed out this assemble. It comes with a new speed sensor/abs sensor. I had zero issues before, so I left the original sensor on and kept new one for backup. My brakes acted up and abs light came on. I installed the new sensor, and all issues went away. So go ahead and use everything that comes in the box. It even comes with new caliper bracket bolts

                        What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2004 ford explorer

                        Reviews for


                        Replaced both assemblies

                        cowboy1501

                        in 6 months

                        On my way home from work I noticed a vibration coming from the right side of my vehicle. A couple of weeks later the vibration combined with a grinding noise on the right side so I did the wheel bearing test and the right side failed the test. I figured as long as I'm replacing the right side front wheel hub and bearing assembly I might as well replace the left side front wheel hub and bearing assembly. I think that all front wheel hub and bearing manufacturers must include new mounting bolts and a new axle nut just to make replacing the old ones much easier. Anyway now that the two new front wheel hub and bearing assemblies are on and torqued to specs my vehicle is very quite and smooth riding.

                        What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2000 Ford Explorer Limited Edition V6 4.0 Liter SOHC 4x4

                        On my way home from work I noticed a vibration coming from the right side of my vehicle. A couple of weeks later the vibration combined with a grinding noise on the right side so I did the wheel bearing test and the right side failed the test. I figured as long as I'm replacing the right side front wheel hub and bearing assembly I might as well replace the left side front wheel hub and bearing assembly. I think that all front wheel hub and bearing manufacturers must include new mounting bolts and a new axle nut just to make replacing the old ones much easier. Anyway now that the two new front wheel hub and bearing assemblies are on and torqued to specs my vehicle is very quite and smooth riding.

                        What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2000 Ford Explorer Limited Edition V6 4.0 Liter SOHC 4x4