Toyota Corolla Wheel Bearing/Hub Assembly-Front

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Duralast Pinion Bearing SET8 for Toyota Corolla
$
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  • Part # SET8
  • SKU # 12312
Duralast Bearing DL514002 for Toyota Corolla
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  • Part # DL514002
  • SKU # 95714
Duralast Pinion Bearing SET4 for Toyota Corolla
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8
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  • Part # SET4
  • SKU # 693069
Duralast Bearing DL510070 for Toyota Corolla
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36
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  • Part # DL510070
  • SKU # 972366
National Bearing 510070 for Toyota Corolla
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  • Part # 510070
  • SKU # 831176
National Bearing 514002 for Toyota Corolla
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51
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  • Part # 514002
  • SKU # 704597

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Daniel

in 3 months

For not having a press to remove and install I made it work with what I had took my vehicle in for the alignment no more problems

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 98'Toyota Corolla

For not having a press to remove and install I made it work with what I had took my vehicle in for the alignment no more problems

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 98'Toyota Corolla

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Listen to your vehicle

Leslie

in 6 months

There’s nothing 2 like or dislike about working on your vehicle, but from what I seen on parts I purchased they appeared to be very well made. Haft 2 get back with you on how long they last.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1994 Toyota Corolla 1.8L

There’s nothing 2 like or dislike about working on your vehicle, but from what I seen on parts I purchased they appeared to be very well made. Haft 2 get back with you on how long they last.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1994 Toyota Corolla 1.8L

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OK... if you plan on selling your car soon

Michael

in 4 months

Installed late 2018, replaced AGAIN late 2019. In fairness, they made is about 20,000 miles, but this isn't a job you want to do that often. There's 240,000 miles on my car, and I doubt it's gone through 12 sets of front bearings since 1990. Do yourself a favor and spend the extra $$$ on a better bearing.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1990 Toyota Corolla Wagon

Installed late 2018, replaced AGAIN late 2019. In fairness, they made is about 20,000 miles, but this isn't a job you want to do that often. There's 240,000 miles on my car, and I doubt it's gone through 12 sets of front bearings since 1990. Do yourself a favor and spend the extra $$$ on a better bearing.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1990 Toyota Corolla Wagon