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Neighbor just told me he can not get front wheel bearing hub assembly for his 1990 Dodge Dakota 4 x 4 ?? every one tells him it was a one year deal ? what do you know about this ?

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Yes you can get the hub assenbly go to www.rockauto.com they have it in stock.

Posted on Apr 10, 2011

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