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I need to know the number on the bearing for the 1970 beetle outer- rear please.

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I suggest you purchase a repair manual for your car if you need part numbers. They are only about 15 bucks for your car. Alternatively, you can go to a beetle specialty shop and they should know what you need. One popular one is VW Parts Place Michigan. Google them, they have an online store.

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