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If you are going to change one of the pinion bearings you really need to replace both since you will have the pinion shaft out anyway. At the same time you will need to replace the crush sleeve to set the proper load on the pinion bearings. Your Chrysler dealer should have the crush sleeve in stock. The bearings you can just cross reference to another bearing by using the old numbers off the race and bearing. Good luck.

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