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The spindle is item 12 while the bearings are times 13 and 14. Most likely you have a worn bearing Item 13 but if the bearing went dry and spun in the bearing mount you may have to shim the NEW bearing. Note that the housing item 9 is not even listed on the itemized parts list nomenclature. The bearing seem terribly expensive. I would think that you could take a "sample" bearing (the one you removed) to a place like NAPA auto parts and find a much cheaper replacement. I would certainly give that a try before spending over $100.00 for a bearing. The two bearings combined will be over $200.00 + shipping. Usually NAPA can take the number off of the bearing AND use a micrometer to find a bearing that will work for you. The only reason I can think that these 2 bearings are so expensive is due to the side loads they incur when in use.
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Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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