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Well, while I was fabbing my swaybar I found a bad rear wheel bearing. I contacted Silverbullet and left a message. I don't have the patience to wait for a call back. Is there another source for the "upgraded" tapered roller bearings? I called No Limits and they said they only had stock bearings.

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Call Casey at Jmc Joyner parts hes great 480 545 1693 he sells tapered roller bearings I think there about 50 $$ use locktite in hub when you reassemble marine grade or red lenny and kinarfi posted on here about it but Jmc is the way to go

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Call Casey at Jmc Joyner parts hes great 480 545 1693 he sells tapered roller bearings I think there about 50 $$ use locktite in hub when you reassemble marine grade or red lenny and kinarfi posted on here about it but Jmc is the way to go

thats were silverbullet gets theirs an resales them.

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I second Dedub on getting them from Casey. Just got 4 a few weeks ago as he was on backorder for a while and finally got some in and shipped them out to me. Hopefully he has some in stock. When I rebuild my diffs I am going to replace all 4 to be on the safe side.

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I second Dedub on getting them from Casey. Just got 4 a few weeks ago as he was on backorder for a while and finally got some in and shipped them out to me. Hopefully he has some in stock. When I rebuild my diffs I am going to replace all 4 to be on the safe side.

ok sorry jmc told me hewas saleing rick parts. i'll step out.

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