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I need to replace the bearings in the drivers side front wheel,but cant find any car shop or garage that stocks daewoo parts anymore? I've had people tell me i can use bearings from astra? Is there any compatible bearings i can buy to use? Dont really want to spend a fortune on shipping cost or pay out loads on couriers if i can save money on buying bearings for another car that will fit mine?

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Gm dealers, motor traders stock genuine parts for these vehicles, im in australia and can get after market also from, repco, sprints, etc...or even go straight to bearing company eg. cbc bearing company, tkn, etc... depending on brand of old bearing. i suggest you try a bearing company out of phone book some have listings for vehicle applications.

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