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I cant fugure out what kind of rear end i have in my comanche

The bearings got eaten up in the back passenger side and i need to know what rear end i have because the tag is gone

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Most bearings have number by the one side u can use the empressed number on the bearing to get the size, and or go for the whole rear end of that model

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The easiest way to solve it is to remove the axel which is damaged and take the number off of the damaged bearing and replace it with the matching number of the bearing

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I cant figure out what kind of rear end i have in mu comanche


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