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Old 03-02-2013, 06:48 PM   #1
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2007 Focus S cv shaft

I have a 2007 Focus S 2.0L and had the right side cv shaft support bearing go out. I went to replace it and noticed a problem. With the support bearing bracket that bolts into the engine block, it doesn't appear tocome off of the factory bearing. I bought a new cv shaft with the bearing pre-installed and was wondering if I have to buy an aftermarket bearing bracket or some how reuse the factory one?


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