Item Description

1997-2005 Corvette Rear Hub Bearing - 2004-2005 Cadillac XLR - 2003-2004 Corvette Z06
REAR Wheel Hub Bearing Assembly

NEW Original Equipment Style (OES) direct fit Front Wheel Hub Bearing Assembly.
The OES bearing line offers the highest quality direct fit products and the deepest application coverage in the industry.
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* Lifetime  Manufacturer Warranty (excludes shipping cost)

* Integral Seal and Raceway

* Direct OE Replacement
* Complete assembly including studs.
* Quality Control Tested
* Tested under fatigue and impact simulation
* Fits Left or Right Side

If your bearing is noisy, squealing or scraping its time to replace it.
Part#: 512153
Part Type: Rear Wheel Bearing and Hub


CADILLAC 2004-2005
XLR 2004-2005
2005 V8-281ci 4.6L F/I Vin A
2004 V8-281ci 4.6L F/I

CHEVROLET 1997-2005
CORVETTE 1997-2005
2005 V8-364ci 6.0L F/I Vin H
2004 V8-350ci 5.7L F/I Vin G
2003 V8-350ci 5.7L F/I Vin G
2002 V8-350ci 5.7L F/I Vin G
2002 V8-350ci 5.7L F/I Vin S
2001 V8-350ci 5.7L F/I Vin G
2001 V8-350ci 5.7L F/I Vin S
2000 V8-350ci 5.7L F/I Vin G
1999 V8-350ci 5.7L F/I Vin G
1998 V8-350ci 5.7L F/I Vin G
1997 V8-350ci 5.7L F/I

CORVETTE Z06 2003-2004
2004 V8-350ci 5.7L F/I Vin S
2003 V8-350ci 5.7L F/I Vin S
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NOTE: Front wheel bearings and hub will need replacement if your axle has worn through it. The bearing is mounted on the end of the driveshaft or axle and at times runs hot. Although it contains a sealed bearing that needs no lubrication - over time due to heat it will deteriorate and wear out. The bearing is self sealing and self lubricating so it will never need servicing. The bearing should be checked during regular brake inspection to be sure itÂ’s not out of round and the ball bearings are not worn.