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Old 07-18-2018, 04:01 PM   #1
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FREEBIE: used Quigley non-serviceable hub bearings

I had recently replaced the front unit bearings on my 2006 e350 w/quigley dana 60 front end. I saved the old hubs in case there was someone that wanted a spare or back up part. New hub bearings are $500 ea from Quigley.

I believe these were used on the 1999-2004 F350 4wd front axles. My axle is a 2003 year F350. My e350 van has 155,00 miles, the bearings are original from quigley with the 8 on 6.5 bolt pattern. When I removed them, the bearing were not making any noises or had any slop in them. I cannot make any promises on how much longer they could last, so no guarantees on these at all.

They are free but beer is king. They weigh 26 lbs each. I can ship them if needed but you pay the cost. Local pick up is best. I am located in So. California 92627

Let me know if anyone is interested in these.

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Old 07-19-2018, 09:19 AM   #2
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I delved into unit bearing replacement on my 2001 Dana 60 front axle a couple years ago, one of mine started grumbling and screeching during a 1500 mile trip, luckily at the tail end, about 20miles from home. Being a non-servicable part, there's no roadside fixes, or scrounging

Having a spare on hand, particularly when these are a specialty 'modified for Quigley' deal, seems like a 'must' for anyone with that set up. Either that, or carry a wheel adapter in your spares box, so you can locate a common Ford unit bearing assembly, and adapt the stock 8 on 170mm to 8 on 6.5" van wheel, to get you home.
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Old 07-29-2018, 11:43 AM   #3
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Tom,
Thanks for the additional info.
The hubs are still available.
Here is a pic of the new ones. The freeebies look the same except they are dirty.
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That's a deal there! It looks like UPS ground to me (73104) would be around $44-45. I'll take one. My SMB is a 2004 Quigley. Is the only difference in the Quigley bearings and stock Ford for those years the lug pattern?. Thanks. I'll PM you
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