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I JUST NEED TO KNOW WHAT IS INVOLVED IN REPLACING THE FRONT WHEEL HUBS ON A 2005 MUSTANG THE FRONT RIGHT IS STARTING TO GRIND PRETTY BAD WHEN I MAKE RIGHT TURNS.

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Looks like they have a sealed bearing and are sold as a bearing hub assy for about $140. to replace it remove the wheel, then the cotter pin and nut in the center of the hub. then pull the hub/bearing off. this is easier said than done but with penetrating oil, hard work, and a large hammer you should be able to remove it.

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