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Old 11-03-2012, 12:10 PM   #1
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so just got some tires last night nothing good just something for the winter but my wheel bearing is broken or on its way out you can feel the wobbles(so gross lol) well anyway im told i can get just the bearings or hub and bearings? i have no knowledge in this what so ever my brother is a HONDA tech so i can have him do it but he said find out whats the best he said most hondas and acuras are really easy but for the last few years he has been under my hood and car its always alot harder (so he doesnt want to take chances putting my car down for a week just a day or two depending how hard parts are to get)

so in short im looking for advice

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also im selling this thing after the winter i cant deal waiting for parts so get shipped everything is special order even from the dealer i think im going to just get a SES 08-11 but none the less it needs to be fixed i would never sell a car i wouldnt drive my kids in just saying =)
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so just got some tires last night nothing good just something for the winter but my wheel bearing is broken or on its way out you can feel the wobbles(so gross lol) well anyway im told i can get just the bearings or hub and bearings? i have no knowledge in this what so ever my brother is a HONDA tech so i can have him do it but he said find out whats the best he said most hondas and acuras are really easy but for the last few years he has been under my hood and car its always alot harder (so he doesnt want to take chances putting my car down for a week just a day or two depending how hard parts are to get)

so in short im looking for advice

THANKS
I'd get the hub & bearing assembly= already pressed in ready to install.
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