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Old 12-12-2013, 12:09 AM   #1
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Exclamation [HELP] Rear Wheel Bearings

my car (Toyota FT86) is making a noise, and everyone says that's a Rear Wheel Bearing problem
(Rodamiento de Rueda/Maza)

mechanic said that he can't disassemble because if its broken
he cant put all together again in that condition
so first.. I must get the Bearing

anyone knows what bearing CODE is?
part number/Bearing # .... any?
so I can get only the sealed Bearing and change them, both sides.


I called Toyota and they said: SU00300791
but is a complete Hub part #

I found this photos and at least I can change ONLY the bearing
and not the complete Hub


Any help will be appreciate


Photo source: internet - from a FRS/BRZ
(I believe on 3 cars are same parts)






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You don't need that whole assembly pictured
Just need the wheel bearing and hub unit
Let me know if you need part number I work for the dealer
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I work at toyota, if i remember ill look it up tomorrow.!
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You need: 42450A and 42450B (SU00300791 and SU0030079)
42311N 42312B

http://www.villagescionparts.com/sho...rimLevel=24532

Enjoy @VITA don't say I never helped.

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You don't need that whole assembly pictured
Just need the wheel bearing and hub unit
Let me know if you need part number I work for the dealer
i cant get the Bearing code number
i need that.. just that
so i can buy same bearing

i don't have part numbers, just this photos
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Old 12-12-2013, 10:36 AM   #6
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I work at toyota, if i remember ill look it up tomorrow.!
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You need: 42450A and 42450B (SU00300791 and SU0030079)
42311N 42312B

http://www.villagescionparts.com/sho...rimLevel=24532

Enjoy @VITA don't say I never helped.


yes, that's the closest thing i found
but i just need the Bearing
not the whole thing

problem is that i need the Bearing code/part number

example:



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You won't find just the bearing from subaru or toyota on this its a one piece assembly. You have to go after market bearing which is not a good idea for this part. Pressing out the old bearing and trying to get a new one in without damaging it will be almost impossible.

The labor involved in doing that anyway would be probably equal to just buying the new hub. Is this just a cost issue?
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You won't find just the bearing from subaru or toyota on this its a one piece assembly. You have to go after market bearing which is not a good idea for this part. Pressing out the old bearing and trying to get a new one in without damaging it will be almost impossible.
What is so different about these wheel bearings?
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You won't find just the bearing from subaru or toyota on this its a one piece assembly. You have to go after market bearing which is not a good idea for this part. Pressing out the old bearing and trying to get a new one in without damaging it will be almost impossible.

The labor involved in doing that anyway would be probably equal to just buying the new hub. Is this just a cost issue?
yes!

132 x 2 pcs = 260
+ 150 shipping = $400
(shipping 20 days)

NSK - SKF or any GOOD bearing ...50$
(shipping 20 mins)

sorry, im in the wrong side of the world
thats why im searching for it


btw.. your solution is the best, for sure
in that case, of course
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What is so different about these wheel bearings?
some guys told me that Bearings are same than Subaru WRX 02-07
but..im trying to ask the boys here
maybe i found some who had the same problem before
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Is this not covered under the Toyota's limited warranty in Argentina?

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some guys told me that Bearings are same than Subaru WRX 02-07
but..im trying to ask the boys here
maybe i found some who had the same problem before
08+ actually. The bolt pattern is the same as 02-07, but the hub is from the 08+ rear suspension.
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yes!

132 x 2 pcs = 260
+ 150 shipping = $400
(shipping 20 days)

NSK - SKF or any GOOD bearing ...50$
(shipping 20 mins)

sorry, im in the wrong side of the world
thats why im searching for it


btw.. your solution is the best, for sure
in that case, of course
I take for granted your location, as it would be easy for me to eat the $260 US and install myself vs. pressing in new.

I realize now based on your location that cost doubles.
To save the costs now you are unfortunately having to find comparable bearings. The current gen Imprezza has the same style rear suspension. You have to go back to the 2007 model year to find press in wheel bearings from Subaru. Whether they are the same size are not is a gamble.
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SU003-00791
$187.94 AFTER TAX IN CA
EDIT: CANT GET JUST THE BEARING. ITS THE WHOLE ASSY.
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SU003-00791
$187.94 AFTER TAX IN CA
EDIT: CANT GET JUST THE BEARING. ITS THE WHOLE ASSY.
What a difference a few years makes. I hit the business end of a 4x4 a few years ago in my FRS. It damaged the front wheel, tire and front bearing. I had the dealership replace it. Oddly, though the rear wheel ht it, it was not damaged.

Well, at 164k miles, it's bad now. But I just went to amazon and got it for $65. Two for $120. OEM (not the cheap one).

In just a few short years getting this part has gone from "what do I do now?" to Order it on Amazon. And I even found a video describing how to do it:

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