Question about 1998 Jeep Cherokee
I want to know how these new off set bearings work in a rear, for the 98 Cherokee sport Dana 35 diff. Apparently they have an off set which allows you to put them in and then they run on a different part of the axle. It means you dont need to fork out for new axle shafts.
Kindest regards Anthony
Yes,it is a self contained bearing and seal together,that is off set,the bearing runs on a different part of the axle,and the seal,this way there is no leak,and the bearing rides on a smooth part of the axle,will save money,napa has the part real cheap too,ask for a pgb bearing,it is a power glide brand,I think it is like 15.00 dollars or less
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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