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I need to replace both front bearings on my jeep. I was quaoted $1200 for the job, that number sounds a little crazy to me. I know the bearing comes in an all in one hub, but what does BRG stand for? Is that only for the rear? How difficult is it to do myself? I figure since it comes as a hub it should be easier.

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I suggest that you get a second estimate, from an independent shop. BRG usually means bearing. Usually bearing work takes special tools and torques....

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