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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbreezeet1 View Post
    My experience has been the opposite. In other words if the sound diminished when turning to the right it would be the right side but it burned me one time on my own car in other words that did not hold true either.
    I have read that sometimes you can jack the car up and put your hand on the spring the coil spring on the strut and rotate the wheel/bearing assembly, and be able to feel it in the spring although I have not personally tried that.
    As others have said Moog is junk now. If you don't want to spend big money try bearings from Detroit Axle. I put them on my daughters car a few years ago and they seem to be fine. And she is not a careful driver!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GXP02 View Post
    As others have said Moog is junk now. If you don't want to spend big money try bearings from Detroit Axle. I put them on my daughters car a few years ago and they seem to be fine. And she is not a careful driver!
    I will have to try the Detroit Axle front hubs.
    I always thought moog bearings were good?
    I put one on my Alero, but I didn't have the car too long after that.
    I have the Detroit Axle lower control arms well on one side of my car so far I have to do the other side next week, I'm waiting for some other parts so far so good on the control arm though.
    I heard the warranty is not so good with a Detroit Axle do that you have to mail them back ( on your dime) and they have to make a decision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firstdue View Post
    For $102 rock auto has ACDelco with a lifetime warranty. $24 more than the Timken with just a 12 month warranty.

    Anyone have experience with Mevotech? I see they also have a lifetime warranty and only around $94
    With RockAuto and a lifetime warranty are we required to pay shipping?

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