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TimkenHA590156 Wheel Hub

Part #: TMHA590156 | Mfr #: HA590156

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(2 customer reviews)


List Price: $221.96

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  • Location: Front, Driver Or Passenger Side
  • Quantity Sold: Sold Individually
  • Bolt Pattern: 5 x 4.5 in.
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: Same day - 1 business day
  • Includes: Sensor, lug bolts
  • Spline Count: 27
  • Warranty: 1-year Timken limited warranty

Product reviews

07 explorer by , March 26, 2014

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order was easy on the phone. good tech support! came by regular shipping very quickly. product was as expected - clean and new not repacked like some places. Install was done in a morning with a handy friend to help.

Great product at a amazing price by 06_Explorer, January 9, 2013

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Overall this is a amazing product Absolutely no complaints in the item itself or craftsmanship. Abs wires come with new clips very straightforward easy hook up. I purchased 2 of these for ea side 4 months apart guess it was just that time. Drivers side did require a zip tie to secure it snugly in place factory actually had one installed also so im assuming it was just due to the position available to run the wire and keep it securely out of the way from accidental harm. INSTALLATION: Very easy and manageable yourself not any harder than installing brakes honestly Only tools you will need the you most likely wouldnt have on average are 32mm socket for hub nut removal/install and a slide hammer for hub removal from control arm. *** BUT*** the actual removal of the old hub is usually a nightmare. With a slide hammer rented from my local auto store it took me 1-1-1/2 hrs for the drivers side and over 3 hrs for the passenger side. A nightmare would be a understatement my hand and wrist were least to say sore and bruised after even with a snowmobile glove on to soften the impacts after a hr. There is other options available for removal but alot require you to remove the cv shaft which is a pain and just extra work in which i wont think you would save yourself any time just create another headache to the project. Once the hub is out though its fast and easy installing the new one. NOTE* Make sure to install hub bolts and hub center nut to recommended factory torque specs this is extremely important to optimize life and avoid damage to you new hub.