|Item Weight||10.99 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.9 x 6.9 x 4.7 inches|
|Item model number||950-004|
|Manufacturer Part Number||950-004|
|OEM Part Number||0516140; 515040; BM500007; FW194; 4350204130; 4350235220; 4352135010; 4357004011; 4357060011; 4357060020; 9011912369; 90119A0167; 9030192003; 90301A0005; 9031296001|
|Cover Included||Hub Bearing Assembly|
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Dorman 950-004 Wheel Bearing and Hub Assembly for Select Toyota Models (OE FIX)
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- Pre-pressed assembly - this hub includes all necessary components ready for install right out of the box
- Saves hours - eliminates work required to replace individual corroded components
- Simple solution - no need for shop press to perform complete bearing repair
- Quality engineering - designed in the United States and backed by decades of automotive aftermarket experience
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Fixing a worn wheel bearing usually requires a difficult procedure using a shop press, or purchasing multiple components. This Dorman OE FIX pre-pressed hub includes all critical components already assembled for a fast, simple, safe install.
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Dorman is a leading auto parts manufacturer founded in the United States and headquartered in Colmar, Pennsylvania.
Our story began with the first mass market automobile. We were one of the first companies to deliver replacement products for the automotive aftermarket, and we remain at the forefront today.
We give repair professionals and vehicle owners greater freedom to fix cars and trucks by focusing on solutions that save time and money and increase convenience and reliability.
Our team is constantly looking for problems to solve and turning them into new product ideas. Some solutions, like our OE FIX products, you can't even get from original vehicle manufacturers.
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I installed on a 2008 Toyota Tacoma Pre-Runner, 2-wheel drive (rear), Double Cab.
Why did I choose amazon over other slightly cheaper vendors like RockAuto? Easy... two day shipping, and a great return policy. I diagnosed the problem for my truck based on sound alone. 1. It sounded like an airplane taking off 2. It went away when turning right 3. It didn't go away when I threw it in neutral 4. It sounded like it was coming from one side of the vehicle
Because the sound went away when turning right, all of the chatter on the internet said it was the right front tire, and the rationale was that the weight shifted off the right to the left side.
I also checked each side for "play" which there was none.
And finally internet advice said to change both at the same time, or if you change one side and it doesn't work, swap the other side.
All of this advice is good, most of the time. The noise sounded louder from the left front tire... but the internet advice on taking a right turn said right. I changed the right front wheel bearing, it didn't work, and I used the old wheel bearing I took off the right, and installed it on the left, and it worked great. So here is the advice:
1. Sounds like an airplane taking off.
2. It doesn't stop in neutral.
3. The noise changes pitch based on speed.
4. You turn one direction and it stops (most of the time, and the rule one which direction you turn isn't always right for choosing which side is bad).
5. You jack it up, and check for play left and right, up and down... and it wiggles (some of the time, mine had none).
6. You may or may not have uneven tread wear.
7. You may or may not have worse gas mileage.
8. You may or may not have problems turning sharply (as opposed to dull).
My advice is to order bearings that can be returned, are assembled and ready to go, and change our both of them. If you are on a right budget, change the side where the noise is the loudest (ignore the rule about the noise stopping turning one direaction. Finally, do your research and then trust your instinct. If your truck is at 140,000 miles, never required any maintenance besides tires, brakes, and a battery... and the YouTube videos describe your problem... get all the right parts and tools, do it safely, and get a part with a return policy. You may save you Self a bunch of money, learn something, and enjoy your time out of the house. If it didn't work, return it in good conditIon, and all you lose was a little time, but at least you didn't lose a lot of money or get ripped off at the stealership.
As advertised. It’s already pressed, o ring included, and ready to bolt on. It does not come with the dust cap so use caution removing your old one. You should be able to reuse it. If you need one. It’s Toyota part: 43514-28010
Packing for my shipment was really bad. The unit was out of its internal torn up box and rolling around. After close inspection I was comfortable with continuing the install. I already had the old bearing removed & was waiting for this one so I needed it! I have a 2003 Toyota 4Runner RWD. I’ll be ordering another one for the other side since it’s probably not too far behind. But given the bad packaging I will probably go with Summit.