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Wheelbearings

Post by Oellie » 20 Jun 2014 09:45

Hi Guys

Inner and outer wheel bearings and hub oil seals for both sides for only R476 for my Patrol from bearing connection in JHB :surprised: and to top it all it's the right size as well.
Do anyone or know anyone that ever used this type of bearings on a vehicle ? (FBJ bearings), the sale person says it's good bearings but I'll be the test dummy and let you guys know how I find the bearings.

501349/10-FBJ R57.02 exl vat (Bearing)
33110XJA-FBJ R135.97 exl vat (Bearing)
65X88X9/18TAY R15.78 exl vat (Hub oil seal)

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Re: Wheelbearings

Post by Tinus lotz » 20 Jun 2014 12:02

Nice one man did you chamfer the inner bearing or was it correct out the box?

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Re: Wheelbearings

Post by Oellie » 20 Jun 2014 12:06

Tinus

It was correct out of the box.

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Re: Wheelbearings

Post by ricster » 20 Jun 2014 12:12

WOW.... that's brilliant Ollie.... Let us know how it goes..... that reminds me... I must still do kingpin bearings at some stage.... :confused: :confused:
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Re: Wheelbearings

Post by Russ Kellermann » 20 Jun 2014 12:35

How Often have you guys actually Re-packed / cmpletely replaced wheel bearings.... and lets be brutally honest here. Im terrible, cant even remember when i did mine,...and no bearing issues at all,...but i dont wanna end up on the highway with a seized bearing.... any advice out there?
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Re: Wheelbearings

Post by Tinus lotz » 20 Jun 2014 13:31

Russ I speak under correction but the manual says something about every 30 000 km? That is for re packing but I think its for heavy off road work we do set them up on every service .....stops that wobble effect :thumbup:

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Re: Wheelbearings

Post by offroadbiker » 20 Jun 2014 14:34

So glad I have never taken a wheel off the Patrol.................

Me and the bearings have an understanding - I dont bother you and you dont bother me :oldtimer:
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Re: Wheelbearings

Post by ricster » 20 Jun 2014 14:40

:rolling: :rolling: :rolling: :rolling: Thank goodness your patrol listens nicely to you....
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Re: Wheelbearings

Post by Marino4x4 » 20 Jun 2014 15:38

Hi

Ek het op FBJ se website gekyk en kry nie iets onder die kodes wat jy gegee het nie. Is dit die stock nommers van die supplier? Kan jy dalk kyk wat die FBJ kode vir die bearings is? Dit behoort op die bering te staan.

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Re: Wheelbearings

Post by Kagiso II » 20 Jun 2014 16:33

search on FRANS's postings . [tour de frans] he had a longish thread on Patrol wheel bearings .. part of which was the agents price and finding alternatives ...
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