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Old 11-20-2006, 02:47 AM   #11
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Brian on Canada side Part Source ( if u have one near u) will loan out hub puller and the socket set for axle nut (unless u have some large sockets) thats what I did and I needed the puller.Not a hard job, also phone around , I paid 150 plus tax here for one.
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Brian on Canada side Part Source ( if u have one near u) will loan out hub puller and the socket set for axle nut (unless u have some large sockets) thats what I did and I needed the puller.Not a hard job, also phone around , I paid 150 plus tax here for one.
That'* a good price.....where was that from? I'm getting this done on Wednesday.
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I just called around parts places in hamilton, try call around your area.
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Brian, this is where I got both my fronts from, reason being is it had lifetime warranty, althought I won't use it. I figure the quality was good.

They may have one for a 2000.

Pricing was a bit higher then others but warranty was the best.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Lesab...mZ190059181122
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I like the lifetime warranty on that one......I ended up with an aftermarket bearing $270 cdn. I didn't have the time or patients to do it myself this time, but I'll probably need to do the pass side in the summer since it will be about 70k miles on that one by then which I'll do myself on a long weekend. I don't trust those cheap ebay bearings. Intense looks like they have a good one, but landed in Canada with duty, shipping, and exchange will still cost me about $200 plus cdn!
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I like the lifetime warranty on that one......I ended up with an aftermarket bearing $270 cdn. I didn't have the time or patients to do it myself this time, but I'll probably need to do the pass side in the summer since it will be about 70k miles on that one by then which I'll do myself on a long weekend. I don't trust those cheap ebay bearings. Intense looks like they have a good one, but landed in Canada with duty, shipping, and exchange will still cost me about $200 plus cdn!

Let me know when you're doing the other side during the summer Brian, if you don't mind, I'd like to help.
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i just did this job this past weekend. i have a thread in the ebay section about the guy i got my bearings from. theres also a thred on here somewhere, and maybe someone else can find it, with detailed instruction about how to do this on a gtp. the only difference for the bonneville is the pad bracket. i didnt even need the puller, just a little hammering on the old one and it came off. check the thread on here for all the problems i had doing it, so you can avoid them.
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