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Old 03-11-2018, 08:00 PM   #1
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Right Side Intermediate Shaft bearing number?

I just picked up an 05 ST with a 2.3D in it. The right (passenger side) intermediate CV support bearing is bad. Rest of shaft is still good. Only has 125K on it. Anybody know the part number, or where to look for it?

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It sure if this is true for the Mk1. 5 with the Duratec but just replace the whole shaft assembly. That's not answering your question but have seen what it takes to try to replace just the bearing and replacing the whole CV shaft assembly.
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I'll just cut the old one off with a torch, and make up a pipe to press the new one on. Done lots of bearings over the years.

I bought a Cardone select shaft from Rockauto, and the outboard cv joint felt sloppy, and somewhat gritty when flexed, so its going back. It was cheap though.

I could get a motorcraft one but that's $225. A single bearing is going to be a hell of a lot cheaper, and the oem cv's might last the life of the car.
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That's a cheaper source for OEM.

Good fit for that bearing can be an issue, seen a few reports here of not being tight enough to hold position when replaced.
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Old 03-12-2018, 04:21 PM   #6
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That's a cheaper source for OEM.

Good fit for that bearing can be an issue, seen a few reports here of not being tight enough to hold position when replaced.
Thanks for the tip, Ill make sure I use sleeve retaining compound (green loctite) on the bearing.
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BTDT, a lot of those bearings are priced to make the entire axle worth buying. Try another Cardone, the last one I bought there was $50 and worked perfect and 3-4 years ago now still running fine. The bearing was around $50 too and very limited access to them as they are not commonly sold. $50 is about right for a high load bearing like that now, anything under that will be a cheap Chinese copy and problems.

I'm the same and hundreds if not thousands of bearings changed in my past but some things are lining up to stop that now. I change bearing only any chance I get.

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I had the same issue a few yrs ago...I replaced the whole axle for a new Precision FD8027 for around $65.00. You'll need to tear down the axle to replace that bearing. Not worth my time to do.
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I just picked up an 05 ST with a 2.3D in it. The right (passenger side) intermediate CV support bearing is bad. Rest of shaft is still good. Only has 125K on it. Anybody know the part number, or where to look for it?

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You can enter your VIN on page https://www.fordpartsprime.com/ to narrow down the catalog to parts that are specific to your vehicle then search through the categories. This page has everything genuine OEM Ford. Hope this helps.
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I had the same issue a few yrs ago...I replaced the whole axle for a new Precision FD8027 for around $65.00. You'll need to tear down the axle to replace that bearing. Not worth my time to do.
I found this out and 2nd the statement. Plus you will need a new axle nut which comes with a new axle.

I am a Rockauto fan.

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