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Old 07-25-2013, 07:21 PM   #1
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Talking Wheel Bearings/Hubs 4x4 & 2x4 Pre Runner for sale *complete* BEST PRICE save $$

MARCH MADNESS!!
(through April)

BUY 1 @ $175 ea.
BUY 2 @ $165 ea.

($265 -4x2)



I am selling complete, ready to bolt on, direct replacement wheel bearing/hub assembly's for 05+ 4x4 Tacoma's, FJ Cruisers, 4Runners & 4x2 Prerunners (4x2 4Runners), Lexus GX 460/470
They are professionally assembled by a ASE master technician.


They consist of these NEW parts:
*8/6/13 NOW OFFERING EXTENDED STUDS - 1/4" & 1/2" LONGER * PM for details
*INNER SEAL(cv to spindle)CAN BE ADDED TO YOUR ORDER



Timken/Koyo premium wheel bearing (National available) (12 month manufacturer warranty!)


National seal & Toyota O-Ring


Properly greased seal


Toyota mounting bolts


Dorman hub flange



Ready to bolt on 4x4 assembly



Press Setup


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n6jyc...e_gdata_player

They sell for $175 each which is $100 less than any premium assembly found on eBay or other site.

WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE: 4x4
  • Timken/Koyo Bearing (Nat'l available)
  • National Oil Seal
  • Toyota Mounting Bolts
  • Toyota O-Ring
  • Dorman Hub Flange
Pre Runner 4x2




  • Timken/Koyo Bearing (Nat'l available)
  • National Oil Seal
  • Toyota Mounting Bolts
  • Toyota O-Ring
  • Toyota Hub Flange
  • Toyota Lock Nut
And as always with every order you will receive SUPERIOR CUSTOMER SERVICE, free of charge


PM me for any other details, special ordering, or extended stud installation.

I will be mailing these via USPS.

I will ship to Canada with additional shipping charge. (pm for details)

*TOTAL PRICE SHIPPED 4x4*

$175 per hub

*TOTAL PRICE SHIPPED Pre Runner 4x2 *

$275 per hub


* Pre Runners*

unfortunately Dorman does not make a flange for your setup so I have to use a genuine Toyota part, which isn't a bad thing.. it's just more expensive! I am on the hunt for an aftermarket hub flange to get that price lowered. As for now I will be using the same quality parts as the 4x4 setup with the exception of the Toyota flange & lock nut.


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Old 07-25-2013, 07:28 PM   #2
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Would you offer a credit if we were to send you the old hubs back? Or do you not deal with them.
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Old 07-25-2013, 07:42 PM   #4
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I'm assuming these won't work on Prerunner (4x2). If that's correct, any chance you'd do some for Prerunners?
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I'm assuming these won't work on Prerunner (4x2). If that's correct, any chance you'd do some for Prerunners?
Correct, these are for the 2nd Gen 4x4's

you're asking 6 lug Prerunner correct? I will look into that tomorrow.

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Ill be keeping you in mind when my nxt one goes, this eliminates all the headaches of the install
I did this for my truck, was so easy and no headaches. I'm helping 06taco with his tomorrow and JLink is grabbing a set from me next week.
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Old 07-25-2013, 08:20 PM   #8
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Correct, these are for the 2nd Gen 4x4's

you're asking 6 lug Prerunner correct? I will look into that tomorrow.
Yeah, 6 lug Prerunner. That would be awesome if you did some. Thanks for looking into it. If you end up doing some for Prerunners, you'll have made me a customer. I just noticed very slight vibration that is more than likely my bearings. But the vibration is only from the driver's side. Is it okay to replace just one? Or is it better/recommended to replace both?
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Yeah, 6 lug Prerunner. That would be awesome if you did some. Thanks for looking into it. If you end up doing some for Prerunners, you'll have made me a customer. I just noticed very slight vibration that is more than likely my bearings. But the vibration is only from the driver's side. Is it okay to replace just one? Or is it better/recommended to replace both?
I always replace both because of Murphy's Law. Change one and a week later the other one will start to make noise/vibrate.
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I always replace both because of Murphy's Law. Change one and a week later the other one will start to make noise/vibrate.
That's basically what I was thinking. Thanks.
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Yeah, 6 lug Prerunner. That would be awesome if you did some. Thanks for looking into it. If you end up doing some for Prerunners, you'll have made me a customer. I just noticed very slight vibration that is more than likely my bearings. But the vibration is only from the driver's side. Is it okay to replace just one? Or is it better/recommended to replace both?
I would be interested too, I have a six lug prerunner 2x4
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I have to ask, what mileage are y'all experiencing the need to replace the wheel bearings? Or is the need for replacement expediated due to the offroading your doing? I've always thought they should last a couple hundred thousand miles.
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Would you offer a credit if we were to send you the old hubs back? Or do you not deal with them.
I was going to do a small side business like that with my extra two hubs I had laying around, but at the time the Dorman hubs weren't available and the core would have been outrageous on a Toyota hub. And then you would have to measure the run-out on them before reusing them and selling them.

Heck the OP is selling completes for less than a Toyota hub from trdparts4u.

Bump for the O.P. If I were you I wouldn't mess with cores. Too many headaches.
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I would be interested too, I have a six lug prerunner 2x4
I will keep the pre runner guys posted
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I have to ask, what mileage are y'all experiencing the need to replace the wheel bearings? Or is the need for replacement expediated due to the offroading your doing? I've always thought they should last a couple hundred thousand miles.
my truck was good up to 130k, minimal play in the hubs. I did a lift and 285's and less than 1000 miles later my RF assembly took a shit.
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I was going to do a small side business like that with my extra two hubs I had laying around, but at the time the Dorman hubs weren't available and the core would have been outrageous on a Toyota hub. And then you would have to measure the run-out on them before reusing them and selling them.

Heck the OP is selling completes for less than a Toyota hub from trdparts4u.

Bump for the O.P. If I were you I wouldn't mess with cores. Too many headaches.
exactly, if the flange is salvageable I would take them but it seems most people drive on worn out hubs for too long and destroy the flange. Mine gave me no warning then one day it made a horrific noise. upon removal the bearing was smoked! and flange was shot.
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