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Rear Wheel Bearing Hub Assembly Driver or Passenger Side

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SKU: HB612577
List Price: $138.03
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Hub Bearing Type:Ball Bearing
Hub Bearing Surface Finish:Polished, Rust Protected
Hub Bearing C-Clip Included:No
Hub Bearing Hardware Included:No
Hub Bearing Generation:G3
Hub Bearing Bolts included:Yes
Wheel Studs:5
Hub Bearing Bolt Pattern:5 x 4.53 in.
Hub Bearing Bolt Circle Diameter (mm):4.53 in. / 115 mm
Hub Bearing Wheel Stud Size:M12
Hub Bearing Bolt Thread Pitch (in):1.5
ABS Sensor:No
Hub Bearing Anti Lock Braking System:Yes
Hub Bearing Flange Bolt Hole Quantity:3
Hub Bearing Flange Offset (mm):1.65 in. / 42 mm
Hub Bearing Flange Diameter (mm):5.75 in. / 146 mm
Hub Bearing Hub Pilot Diameter (mm):3.59 in. / 91.25 mm
Hub Bearing Pilot Diameter (mm):2.76 in. / 70.1 mm
Hub Bearing Brake Pilot Diameter:2.78 in. / 70.6 mm
Hub Bearing Knuckle Bolt Hole Size:M12*1.75
Hub Bearing Knuckle Bolt Circle Diameter:4.57 in. / 116 mm
Hub Bearing Flange Shape:Circle
Hub Bearing Material:Steel
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BuickRegal Sportback2018
BuickRegal Sportback2019

Wheel Hub Bearing Assembly

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  • ISO / IATF 16949 Certified, direct fit and made from high quality materials to meet original specifications
  • Coated with an anti-corrosion finish to provide a longer life
  • Anti-lock braking system (ABS) tested during assembly to ensure safe and optimal function
  • High quality seal design protects against water damage and contamination
  • Designed to fit your specific vehicle - no modification required

Wheel hub bearings support the weight of a vehicle and enable wheels to rotate smoothly, making them a critical component of a vehicle’s wheel assembly. Operating a vehicle with a faulty hub bearing compromises the entire wheel assembly, which reduces brake performance and puts you at risk of losing control of your vehicle.

Hub bearings should always be replaced in pairs (front or rear). This reduces the overall time required to replace two parts at different times. In most cases, if one fails the other is close behind.

This part must be torqued to vehicle specifications to prevent failure.

Professional Installation is Highly Recommended.

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