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Timken510003 Wheel Bearing - Direct Fit

Part #: TM510003 | Mfr #: 510003

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  • Location: Front Or Rear
  • Product Fit: Direct Fit
  • Quantity Sold: Sold Individually
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: Same day - 1 business day
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by TARK, June 28, 2014

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RIGHT PART AND ON TIME GREAT SERVICE!!!! WILL USE AGAIN!!!!!!!


Garbage failed at 6mo by , June 20, 2014

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This is not a job you want to do twice. I know bearings will fail from time to time but six months is a joke. I also installed the optional gasket on the inside of the hub toward the axle. Just hoping the splines on the axle haven t welded themselves in.The OEM mazda bearing from the dealer is $90 so I thought I d go with this one for half the cost. Save yourself some time and shell out the extra cash.


by BlakMaGik, September 11, 2008

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Swift delivery of first-class name-brand parts at a very attactive price--what more could you ask for?


Mazda Wheel bearing install by A-Tomic, March 30, 2008

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The Timken wheel bearings were surprisingly enough made in the USA and seem to be a high quality product. Installation can be troublesome though, especially if you have waited too long to replace your bearings. The procedure requires removing the entire hub and then pressing out the bearing in two parts and then repressing the new bearing back in. I was fortunate enough to have a 55 ton press available to me at work which made this job possible. I would recommend that if you do not have a way to press these babies out on your own, leave it to a professional garage, a hammer and 2X4 will not do the trick.