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Great Buy on Rear Hubs by animal
Started on: 11-25-2012 07:47 PM
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Originally posted by TONY_C:
Has anyone received them yet and looked at them carefully?

I ordered on Monday at about 10:00AM central time. I got them just after noon yesterday.
What do you want me to look at ? A name ? Construction detail as described ? Identity markings ?
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Do they say country of orgin? Made in USA or China or others?
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Originally posted by RossT:

Do they say country of orgin? Made in USA or China or others?


I could not find any markings on the hubs but for $17.00 you know where they are made and its not Canada..

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Ya, I kind of thought that too. Usually the box will indicate where they are made. I will order a pair. Thanks for the info!
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Originally posted by RossT:
Do they say country of orgin? Made in USA or China or others?

On the hub, I see the part number (like on the invoice/shipping slip) and 6/04. Possibly a manufacturing date ? The label on the box is just the part number but another label beneath it was removed, (on both boxes).
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Report this Post11-29-2012 08:17 PM Click Here to See the Profile for JfrostSend a Private Message to JfrostEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I got mine today. Both of the boxes indicated the part number and that they were made in the USA, here's hoping thats true! The build quality certainly looks up to par.
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Mine shows delivery for tomorrow. I will get detailed pictures and such of part #'s, Serial #'s ect.
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I ordered mine Sunday night the 25th at 8:55PM. FedEx just dropped them off about 10PM tonight. The boxes are marked with pin-punch lettering Made In USA. Except for the part number label, the box is plain. Maybe that's what they mean by private label. The boxes are plain so the retailer can put their own label on it. Invoice does say the manufacturer is Moog/National. There are no brand or where made markings on either the hubs or seal.
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^ ^ ^ I came here to pretty much type verbatim what fierofool said above.

got my pair today, they are really nice looking pieces.
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THEY ARE MADE IN USA!!!!!!! its on the bottom of the box in like punched lettering. its backwards though
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Originally posted by Niterrorz:

THEY ARE MADE IN USA!!!!!!! its on the bottom of the box in like punched lettering. its backwards though


Well, does that mean the box was made in the USA?

Doesn't matter to me, they are cheap enough to keep as spares. With the price being what it is, I wonder what retail shops would have paid for these (to slap a label and resell)? Geez, the Fiero Store should have bought the lot.

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Originally posted by jaskispyder:

Geez, the Fiero Store should have bought the lot.



Oh, good heavens no! Then people on here would be complaining about them.

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And we would not be getting them for $40 a pair shipped!


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Any of you guys be willing to buy a set (2) and send them to me here in quebec, levis via USPS .. my paypal is standing by ... also looking to buy 2 x Edelbrock 1219 replacement air filters
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Mine just arrived.. I'll leave them in the box they came in..
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Originally posted by Danyel:

Any of you guys be willing to buy a set (2) and send them to me here in quebec, levis via USPS .. my paypal is standing by ... also looking to buy 2 x Edelbrock 1219 replacement air filters
thanks for any help

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D,

I can do that for you. PM me.

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I just found this thread and have a comment about using them on the front of an 88 as was suggested.
They will not work.
The flange offset is different as well as the bolt spacing.
The issue is also that the axle holds the bearing together and provides the preload.
You done have that in the front hubs, Could you use a large bolt to do it?
Probably but it needs 200 lb. ft torque and some way to seal the rear as the axle provides this as well.
The better solution is Rodney's front hub.
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Ok, FedEx just showed up. Here are some pictures of any and all markings that I could find:

The bottom of the box (I mirrored the image, as it was stamped from the inside)
MADE IN USA W69

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This is one number stamped into the hub 513011:

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Lastly, everything that came in the box:

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This is another number, maybe a date of manufacture 4/2004?

That is all there is to identify the hubs.

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Originally posted by JohnWPB:
This is another number, maybe a date of manufacture 4/2004?

 
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Originally posted by cliffw:
I see the part number (like on the invoice/shipping slip) and 6/04. Possibly a manufacturing date ?


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Danyel,

Mission accomplished I am guessing they will be here Wed.

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@cliffw: I did see your post when you suggested it was a manufacture date, and being I do not know for certain myself, I said the same thing.
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With it being a closeout, I had to jump on the bandwagon. Ordered 2 for the '86
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513011 is the part number..

Other reference numbers are.

RW-405

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Danyel,

Mission accomplished I am guessing they will be here Wed.

Will



I really apreciate this ... thank you !!!
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Originally posted by JohnWPB:
@cliffw: I did see your post when you suggested it was a manufacture date, and being I do not know for certain myself, I said the same thing.

Eh, no biggie. I posted to put both (?)dates together, hoping others would post the same info. If they are dates, ours two months apart, I wanted to see how many others might have been built in 04. Kinda hard to believe a close out didn't happen along time ago on eight year old parts, or that they pre-manufactured so many.
Seems like I bought an 88 parts car (well I did on advice) more than a few years back for 88 specific suspension parts. Can't remember now what parts they were but I thought they were bearings.
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I ordered a pair and thet are the same as everyone else has stated. Plain white boxes that are pin punched saying made in the usa. The part numbers are stamped in the part and 1 says 4 04 and the other says 6 04
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I just put in my order. Thanks for posting this up!
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You guys have these fail alot? I have never had one go bad on me.
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Originally posted by darkhorizon:

You guys have these fail alot? I have never had one go bad on me.


I have had 1 fail. At this price, I figure it is best to just replace them on my build car while I have it apart vs have a failure in the near future.

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I had one fail, the other side is 25 years old. Parts don't last forever.
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I have never been a fan of permanently lubed bearings and ball joints. These are a great insurance buy. Buy a set from Rock Auto and rest assured your current hubs will probably last forever. Just my luck.

They could end out being a good investment. Buy today for $40 and sell thru the PFF Mall in two years for $100, Not a bad return! Now, how many sets do they have left?
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Thanks for all the feedback guys, just ordered a set.

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Originally posted by darkhorizon:

You guys have these fail alot? I have never had one go bad on me.


Me neither, but the current bearings have about 150,000 miles on them, so the next time I have the "hub" apart, I'll put them in and keep the old ones for spares.
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Thanks for the heads up! I just ordered 2. I also looked through for gaskets that I need for the engine on the Indy and a bunch of those were on closeout deals. Now I need to find a deal on shocks and struts for the Indy.

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Originally posted by darkhorizon:

You guys have these fail alot? I have never had one go bad on me.


Even with new hubs, all it takes is for someone that's uneducated about the Fiero to roll the cradle around on its wheels while the axle stubs are removed. Viola! Bearing failure.
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Originally posted by darkhorizon:

You guys have these fail alot? I have never had one go bad on me.


I'd bet they're more likely to fail in FWD applications due to greater lateral loads. I've replaced a few over the years that started to howl or grumble. Heck, might've even been the same part number as in the Fiero, since the same piece was used (in the front) on a lot of 80s GM cars.

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Thanks for the heads up! Bought 2

Just saved me a LOT of money! Made in the USA too, thank you!

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Just tried to place an order new price $47.94

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Saw that. The party is over!
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Saw that. The party is over!


The Early Bird gets the worm...the second mouse gets the cheese. Mine arrive on Wednesday via Federal Express. Sorry you missed the party!
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