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China factory Automotive Bearing 527243 Bahb309609ad IR8515 Unitised Sealed Bearing Alko 2361 Euro Hubs axle fix cost

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Name: Automotive Bearing 527243 BAHB309609AD IR8515 Unitised Sealed Bearing Alko 2361 Euro Hubs 
Type: wheel bearing
Position: Front/rear axle
Weight: 0.67KG
Specifications: 42*80*42mm
Material: Chrome steel/GCR-15
Technology: Hot forging
CAGE: TN Nylon
SEAL: ZZ, 2RS
Rolling body: Steel ball
ABS: Without
Quality: Top grade
Brands: DHXB, OEM
Origin: China
 

 
Reference OE number #
 

         OEM    OEM       OEM   OEM   Application
527243 DAC4280B2RS BA2B35718     BMW
527243BE 35718 BA2B309609AD      
527243C 35718CD   FW161      
527243CA 309609AD GRW214      
527243E 309609C 513180      


Introduction to WHEEL BEARINGS
Double row roller or ball wheel bearings, composed of 2 interior sets housed in 1 outer ring, can withstand large radial and axial loads in both directions.
They allow for rigid bearing arrangements and are suitable for bearing arrangements where rigid axial guidance is required.
The double row roller/ball wheel bearing allow for space saving applications and in many cases the bearing require no maintenance since it’s lubricated for life.

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ZheJiang Huaxu Bearing Co.,Ltd 
Our factory specialize wheel hub bearing, wheel bearing kit, clutch bearing, taper roller bearing, truck bearing, wheel hub bearing in high quality.
Our bearings have large loading capacity and long lifetime, and widely fit in different vehicles.
wheel bearings and kits to vehicles like LADA, TOYOTA, HONDA, RENAULT, AUDI,Chevrolet, HYUNDAI,FIAT, FORD and so on.
Truck bearings applied to VOLVO, MAN, BENZ, DAF, SAF and so on.
And we can produce bearings which can meet your multifarious demands.
For example, wheel bearing, taper roller bearing, clutch release bearing, ball bearing, truck bearing ect. 
We can provide brands likeTIMKEN, NSK, KOYO, NTN, NACHI, GMB, BW, GM, HYUNDAI ect.

Q:What’s your after-sales service and warranty?
A: We promise to bear the following responsibilities when defective products were found:
1.12 months warranty from the first day of receiving goods;
2. Replacements would be sent with goods of your next order;
3. Refund for defective products if customers require.

Q:Do you accept ODM&OEM orders?
A: Yes, we provide ODM&OEM services to worldwide customers, we also customize OEM box and packing as your requirements.

Q:What’s the MOQ?
A: MOQ is 10pcs for standardized products; for customized products, MOQ should be negotiated in advance. There is no MOQ for sample orders.

Q:How long is the lead time?
A: The lead time for sample orders is 3-5 days, for bulk orders is 5-15 days.

Q:Do you offer free samples? 
A: Yes we offer free samples to distributors and wholesalers, however customers should bear freight. We DO NOT offer free samples to end users. 

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A: 1. Email us the model, brand and quantity,shipping way of bearings and we will quote our best price for you; 
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3. Deposit Payment after confirming the PI and we arrange production; 
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After-sales Service: After Market Service
Warranty: 50000km
Type: Wheel Hub Bearing
Material: Chrome Steel
Tolerance: P0.P6.P5
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axle hub

What is the primary function of an axle hub in a vehicle’s wheel assembly?

The primary function of an axle hub in a vehicle’s wheel assembly is to connect the wheel to the axle and provide a mounting point for the wheel bearings. Here’s a detailed explanation of the primary functions of an axle hub:

1. Wheel Mounting:

The axle hub serves as the component that connects the wheel to the vehicle’s axle. It is typically a cylindrical or disc-shaped structure located at the center of the wheel assembly. The hub contains bolt holes or studs that align with the corresponding holes or studs on the wheel, allowing for secure attachment and proper alignment of the wheel.

2. Bearing Support:

The axle hub provides a mounting point for the wheel bearings. Wheel bearings are crucial components that allow the wheel to rotate smoothly while supporting the weight of the vehicle. The hub contains a bearing race or races, which are machined surfaces that support the inner and outer wheel bearings. The bearings fit snugly into the hub and enable the wheel to rotate freely around the axle.

3. Load Transmission:

Another important function of the axle hub is to transmit the load from the wheel to the axle. As the vehicle moves, various forces act on the wheel, including the weight of the vehicle, acceleration and braking forces, and lateral forces during turns. The axle hub, along with the wheel bearings, helps distribute and transfer these forces from the wheel to the axle, allowing for smooth and controlled movement of the vehicle.

4. Hub Assembly Integration:

In many vehicles, the axle hub integrates with other components of the wheel assembly. For example, it may have provisions for attaching the brake rotor or drum, which are essential for the vehicle’s braking system. In vehicles with front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, the axle hub may also incorporate features for connecting the CV (constant velocity) joint or driveshaft, allowing for power transmission to the wheels.

5. Wheel Alignment:

The axle hub plays a role in maintaining proper wheel alignment. The hub’s design and dimensions are critical in ensuring that the wheel is centered and aligned correctly with the vehicle’s suspension system. Proper wheel alignment is essential for optimal handling, tire wear, and overall vehicle performance.

In summary, the primary function of an axle hub in a vehicle’s wheel assembly is to connect the wheel to the axle and provide a mounting point for the wheel bearings. It facilitates the secure attachment of the wheel, supports the wheel bearings for smooth rotation, transmits loads from the wheel to the axle, integrates with other components of the wheel assembly, and contributes to proper wheel alignment. The axle hub is a critical component that enables safe and efficient operation of the vehicle’s wheels.

axle hub

How often should axle hubs be inspected and replaced as part of routine vehicle maintenance?

Regular inspection and maintenance of axle hubs are crucial for ensuring the safe and efficient operation of a vehicle. The frequency of inspection and replacement may vary depending on several factors, including the vehicle’s make and model, driving conditions, and manufacturer’s recommendations. Here are some guidelines to consider:

  • Manufacturer’s recommendations: The first and most reliable source of information regarding the inspection and replacement intervals for axle hubs is the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations. These can usually be found in the owner’s manual or the manufacturer’s maintenance schedule. It is essential to follow these guidelines as they are specific to your particular vehicle.
  • Driving conditions: If your vehicle is subjected to severe driving conditions, such as frequent towing, off-road use, or driving in extreme temperatures, the axle hubs may experience increased stress and wear. In such cases, more frequent inspections and maintenance may be necessary.
  • Visual inspection: It is a good practice to visually inspect the axle hubs during routine maintenance or when performing other maintenance tasks, such as changing the brakes or rotating the tires. Look for any signs of damage, such as leaks, excessive play, or worn-out components. If any abnormalities are detected, further inspection or replacement may be required.
  • Wheel bearing maintenance: The axle hubs house the wheel bearings, which are critical for the smooth rotation of the wheels. Some vehicles have serviceable wheel bearings that require periodic maintenance, such as cleaning and repacking with fresh grease. If your vehicle has serviceable wheel bearings, refer to the manufacturer’s recommendations for the appropriate maintenance intervals.
  • Unusual noises or vibrations: If you notice any unusual noises, such as grinding, humming, or clicking sounds coming from the wheels, or if you experience vibrations while driving, it could be an indication of a problem with the axle hubs. In such cases, immediate inspection and necessary repairs or replacement should be performed.

It’s important to note that the intervals for inspecting and replacing axle hubs can vary significantly between different vehicles. Therefore, it is recommended to consult the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations to determine the specific maintenance schedule for your vehicle. Additionally, if you are unsure or suspect any issues with the axle hubs, it is advisable to have a qualified mechanic or automotive technician inspect and assess the condition of the axle hubs.

In summary, the frequency of inspecting and replacing axle hubs as part of routine vehicle maintenance depends on factors such as the manufacturer’s recommendations, driving conditions, visual inspections, wheel bearing maintenance requirements, and the presence of any unusual noises or vibrations. Following the manufacturer’s guidelines and promptly addressing any abnormalities will help ensure the proper functioning and longevity of the axle hubs.

axle hub

What is the importance of proper lubrication in maintaining a healthy axle hub?

Proper lubrication plays a crucial role in maintaining a healthy axle hub and ensuring its optimal performance and longevity. Here’s a detailed explanation:

An axle hub consists of several components, including wheel bearings, seals, and other internal parts. These components are subjected to high loads, friction, and heat generated during normal vehicle operation. Lubrication is essential to reduce friction, dissipate heat, and provide a protective barrier between moving parts. Here are the key reasons why proper lubrication is important for maintaining a healthy axle hub:

  • Reduced Friction: Adequate lubrication reduces friction between the moving parts of the axle hub. This minimizes wear and tear on the components and helps them operate smoothly. By reducing friction, proper lubrication helps prevent premature failure of critical parts, such as the wheel bearings.
  • Heat Dissipation: Axle hubs generate heat during operation due to the friction between the rotating components. The lubricant acts as a coolant, helping to dissipate heat and prevent excessive temperature buildup. Proper lubrication ensures that the heat is effectively managed, preventing overheating and potential damage to the axle hub.
  • Corrosion Prevention: Axle hubs are exposed to various environmental elements, including moisture, dirt, and road contaminants. These can lead to corrosion and rust, compromising the performance and structural integrity of the axle hub. Lubrication creates a protective barrier, preventing moisture and contaminants from reaching the critical components and reducing the risk of corrosion.
  • Seal Integrity: Proper lubrication helps maintain the integrity of the seals in the axle hub. Seals play a vital role in preventing the entry of contaminants and retaining the lubricant within the hub assembly. Insufficient lubrication can cause the seals to deteriorate prematurely, leading to lubricant leakage and potential damage to the axle hub.
  • Noise Reduction: Well-lubricated axle hubs operate quietly. The lubricant creates a cushioning effect, reducing noise and vibrations generated by the rotating components. This helps provide a comfortable and quiet driving experience.

It’s important to note that different axle hubs may require specific types of lubricants, such as grease or oil, depending on the design and manufacturer’s recommendations. Using the correct lubricant and following the specified lubrication intervals are crucial for maintaining a healthy axle hub. Over-lubrication or under-lubrication can lead to issues such as excess heat buildup, component damage, or inadequate protection.

Regular maintenance and inspection of the axle hub, including checking the lubricant level and quality, are essential. If any signs of contamination, leakage, or inadequate lubrication are observed, appropriate action should be taken, such as replenishing or replacing the lubricant and addressing any underlying issues.

In summary, proper lubrication is vital for maintaining a healthy axle hub. It reduces friction, dissipates heat, prevents corrosion, maintains seal integrity, and reduces noise. Adequate lubrication ensures smooth operation, prolongs the lifespan of the components, and helps prevent premature failures. Following the manufacturer’s recommendations regarding lubricant type and maintenance intervals is crucial for optimal axle hub performance and longevity.

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China high quality Auto Wheel Hub Bearing Unit Front Axle Wheel Bearing Hub for Land Cruiser 201 with OEM 42460-60030 axle car

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Product Info
Description  Wheel Hub Bearing unit
OEM NO. 42460-60030
Size Standard
Model  For LAND CRUISER 2012
OEM / ODM Available
Packing Details Neutral packing or original packing or as customers’ requirements
Lead Time 2-3 days in stock or 20-25 days out of Stock
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Material: Stainless Steel
Tolerance: P5
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Are there differences between front and rear axle hubs in terms of design and function?

Yes, there are differences between front and rear axle hubs in terms of design and function. Here’s a detailed explanation of these differences:

1. Design:

The design of front and rear axle hubs can vary based on the specific requirements of each axle position.

Front Axle Hubs: Front axle hubs are typically more complex in design compared to rear axle hubs. This is because front axle hubs are often responsible for connecting the wheels to the steering system and accommodating the front-wheel drive components. Front axle hubs may have provisions for attaching CV (constant velocity) joints, which are necessary for transmitting power from the engine to the front wheels in front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive vehicles. The design of front axle hubs may also incorporate features for connecting the brake rotor, allowing for the integration of the braking system.

Rear Axle Hubs: Rear axle hubs generally have a simpler design compared to front axle hubs. They are primarily responsible for connecting the wheels to the rear axle shafts and supporting the wheel bearings. Rear axle hubs may not require the same level of complexity as front axle hubs since they do not need to accommodate steering components or transmit power from the engine. However, rear axle hubs still play a critical role in supporting the weight of the vehicle, transmitting driving forces, and integrating with the brake system.

2. Function:

The function of front and rear axle hubs differs based on the specific demands placed on each axle position.

Front Axle Hubs: Front axle hubs have the following primary functions:

  • Connect the wheel to the steering system, allowing for controlled steering and maneuverability.
  • Support the wheel bearings to facilitate smooth wheel rotation and weight distribution.
  • Integrate with the front-wheel drive components, such as CV joints, to transmit power from the engine to the front wheels.
  • Provide a mounting point for the brake rotor or drum, allowing for the integration of the braking system.

Rear Axle Hubs: Rear axle hubs have the following primary functions:

  • Connect the wheel to the rear axle shaft, facilitating power transmission and driving forces.
  • Support the wheel bearings to enable smooth wheel rotation and weight distribution.
  • Integrate with the brake system, providing a mounting point for the brake rotor or drum for braking performance.

3. Load Distribution:

Front and rear axle hubs also differ in terms of load distribution.

Front Axle Hubs: Front axle hubs bear the weight of the engine, transmission, and other front-end components. They also handle a significant portion of the vehicle’s braking forces during deceleration. As a result, front axle hubs need to be designed to handle higher loads and provide sufficient strength and durability.

Rear Axle Hubs: Rear axle hubs primarily bear the weight of the vehicle’s rear end and support the differential and rear axle shafts. The braking forces on the rear axle hubs are typically lower compared to the front axle hubs. However, they still need to be robust enough to handle the forces generated during acceleration, deceleration, and cornering.

In summary, there are differences between front and rear axle hubs in terms of design and function. Front axle hubs are typically more complex and accommodate steering components and front-wheel drive systems, while rear axle hubs have a simpler design focused on supporting the rear axle and integrating with the brake system. Understanding these differences is important for proper maintenance and repair of the axle hubs in a vehicle.

axle hub

How often should axle hubs be inspected and replaced as part of routine vehicle maintenance?

Regular inspection and maintenance of axle hubs are crucial for ensuring the safe and efficient operation of a vehicle. The frequency of inspection and replacement may vary depending on several factors, including the vehicle’s make and model, driving conditions, and manufacturer’s recommendations. Here are some guidelines to consider:

  • Manufacturer’s recommendations: The first and most reliable source of information regarding the inspection and replacement intervals for axle hubs is the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations. These can usually be found in the owner’s manual or the manufacturer’s maintenance schedule. It is essential to follow these guidelines as they are specific to your particular vehicle.
  • Driving conditions: If your vehicle is subjected to severe driving conditions, such as frequent towing, off-road use, or driving in extreme temperatures, the axle hubs may experience increased stress and wear. In such cases, more frequent inspections and maintenance may be necessary.
  • Visual inspection: It is a good practice to visually inspect the axle hubs during routine maintenance or when performing other maintenance tasks, such as changing the brakes or rotating the tires. Look for any signs of damage, such as leaks, excessive play, or worn-out components. If any abnormalities are detected, further inspection or replacement may be required.
  • Wheel bearing maintenance: The axle hubs house the wheel bearings, which are critical for the smooth rotation of the wheels. Some vehicles have serviceable wheel bearings that require periodic maintenance, such as cleaning and repacking with fresh grease. If your vehicle has serviceable wheel bearings, refer to the manufacturer’s recommendations for the appropriate maintenance intervals.
  • Unusual noises or vibrations: If you notice any unusual noises, such as grinding, humming, or clicking sounds coming from the wheels, or if you experience vibrations while driving, it could be an indication of a problem with the axle hubs. In such cases, immediate inspection and necessary repairs or replacement should be performed.

It’s important to note that the intervals for inspecting and replacing axle hubs can vary significantly between different vehicles. Therefore, it is recommended to consult the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations to determine the specific maintenance schedule for your vehicle. Additionally, if you are unsure or suspect any issues with the axle hubs, it is advisable to have a qualified mechanic or automotive technician inspect and assess the condition of the axle hubs.

In summary, the frequency of inspecting and replacing axle hubs as part of routine vehicle maintenance depends on factors such as the manufacturer’s recommendations, driving conditions, visual inspections, wheel bearing maintenance requirements, and the presence of any unusual noises or vibrations. Following the manufacturer’s guidelines and promptly addressing any abnormalities will help ensure the proper functioning and longevity of the axle hubs.

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What are the torque specifications for securing an axle hub to the vehicle?

The torque specifications for securing an axle hub to the vehicle may vary depending on the specific make, model, and year of the vehicle. It is crucial to consult the manufacturer’s service manual or appropriate technical resources for the accurate torque specifications for your particular vehicle. Here’s a detailed explanation:

  • Manufacturer’s Service Manual: The manufacturer’s service manual is the most reliable and authoritative source for torque specifications. It provides detailed information specific to your vehicle, including the recommended torque values for various components, such as the axle hub. The service manual may specify different torque values for different vehicle models or configurations. You can usually obtain the manufacturer’s service manual from the vehicle manufacturer’s official website or through authorized dealerships.
  • Technical Resources: In addition to the manufacturer’s service manual, there are other technical resources available that provide torque specifications. These resources may include specialized automotive repair guides, online databases, or torque specification charts. Reputable automotive websites, professional repair manuals, or automotive forums dedicated to your vehicle’s make or model can be valuable sources for finding accurate torque specifications.
  • Online Databases: Some websites offer online databases or torque specification tools that allow you to search for specific torque values based on your vehicle’s make, model, and year. These databases compile torque specifications from various sources and provide a convenient way to access the required information. However, it’s important to verify the accuracy and reliability of the source before relying on the provided torque values.
  • Manufacturer Recommendations: In certain cases, the manufacturer may provide torque specifications on the packaging or documentation that accompanies the replacement axle hub. If you are using an OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) or aftermarket axle hub, it is advisable to check any provided documentation for torque recommendations specific to that particular product.

Regardless of the source you use to obtain torque specifications, it is essential to follow the recommended values precisely. Torque specifications are specified to ensure proper tightening and secure attachment of the axle hub to the vehicle. Over-tightening or under-tightening can lead to issues such as damage to components, improper seating, or premature wear. It is recommended to use a reliable torque wrench to achieve the specified torque values accurately.

In summary, the torque specifications for securing an axle hub to the vehicle depend on the specific make, model, and year of the vehicle. The manufacturer’s service manual, technical resources, online databases, and manufacturer recommendations are valuable sources to obtain accurate torque specifications. It is crucial to follow the recommended torque values precisely to ensure proper installation and avoid potential issues.

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China Hot selling Automotive Parts Rear Axle Wheel Bearing Hub 512162 Br930222 for CZPT Taurus 2000 4-Wheel ABS Rear Drum Brakes axle bearing

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Product Description

A wheel bearing is applied to the automotive axle to load and provide accurate CZPT components for the rotation of the wheel hub, both bearing axial load and radial load. It has good performance to installing, omitted clearance, lightweight, compact structure, large load capacity, for the sealed bearing prior to loading, ellipsis external wheel grease seal and from maintenance, etc. And wheel bearing has been widely used in cars, trucks.

 

An Auto wheel bearing is the main usage of bearing and provides an accurate CZPT to the rotation of the wheel hub. Under axial and radial load, it is a very important component. It is developed on the basis of standardized angular contact ball bearings and tapered roller bearings.
 

Features: 

 A. auto wheel hub bearings are adopted with international superior raw material and high-class grease from USA Shell grease. 

B.The series auto wheel hub bearings are in the nature of frame structure, lightweight, large rated burden, strong resistant capability, thermostability, good dustproof performance and etc. 

C. Auto wheel hub bearing can be endured bidirectional axial load and major radial load and sealed bearings are unnecessary to add lubricant additives upon assembly. 

Product Parameters

Item Automotive parts Rear axle wheel bearing hub 512162 BR935712 for CZPT Taurus 2
YF121104AC
YF122C299AB
YF1C1104AC
YF1Z1104AC

BR935712
512162
WA512162
712162
H512162
WE60442
PM512162
1411-44825
YFZ1104AC
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Ford Taurus 2000 4-Wheel ABS, Rear Drum Brakes
Mercury Sable 2000- 4-Wheel ABS, Rear Drum Brakes

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512000 BR930053 512000 Saturn S Series
512179 BR930071 512179 Acura
513098 FW156 513098 Acura
513033 BR93571 513033 Acura Integra
513105 BR930113 513105 Acura Integra
512012 BR935718 512012 Audi TT
513125 BR930161 513125 BMW 318
513017K BR93571K 513017K Buick  Skyhawk
512244 BR930075 HA590073 Buick Allure
513203 BR930184 HA590076/ HA590085 Buick Allure
512078 BR930078 512078 Buick Century
512150 BR930075 512150 Buick Century
512151 BR930145 512151 Buick Century
512237 BR930075 512237 Buick Century
513018 BR930026 513018 Buick Century
513121 BR930148 Threaded Hub/BR930548K 513121 Buick Century
513160 BR930184 513160 Buick Century
513179 BR930149/930548K 513179 Buick Century
513011K BR930091K 513011K Buick Century
513016K BR930571K 513016K Buick Century
513062 BR930068 513062 Buick Electra
512003 BR930074 512003 Buick Lesabre
513088 BR930077 513088 Buick LeSabre
513087 BR930076 513087 Buick Park Ave
512004 BR930096 512004 Buick Regal
513044 BR930083K 513044 Buick Regal
513187 BR930149/930548K 513187 Buick Rendevous
513013 BR930052K 513013 Buick Riviera
513012 BR930093 513012 Buick Skyhawk
512001 BR930070 512001 Buick Skylark
515053 BR93571 SP450301 Cadillac Escalade
515571 BR930346 SP550307 Cadillac Esclade
513164 BR930169 HA596467 Cadillac Catera
515036 BR930304 SP500300 cadillac Escalade
515005 BR930265 515005 Chevy Astro
515019 BR935719 SP550308 Chevy Astro
513200 BR930497 SP450300 Chevy Blazer
513090 BR930186 513090 Chevy Camaro
513204 BR935716 HA590068 Chevy Colbalt
512229 BR930327 512229 Chevy Equinox
512230 BR930328 512230 Chevy Equinox
512152 BR930098 512152 Chevy Fleet Classic
513137 BR930080 513137 Chevy Fleet Classic
513215 BR93571 HA590071 Chevy Malibu
518507 BR930300K 518507 Chevy Prizm
515054   SP550306 Chevy Silverado
515058 BR93571 SP58571 Chevy Silverado
513193 BR930308 513193 Chevy Tracker
513124 BR930097 513124 Chevy/GMC
515018   HA591339 Chevy/GMC
515015 BR930406 SP580302/580303 Chevy/GMC  20/2500
515016   SP580300 Chevy/GMC  20/2500
515001 BR930094 515001 Chevy/GMC All K Series
515002 BR930035 515002 Chevy/GMC K Series
515041 BR930406 SP580302/580303 Chevy/GMC K1500
515048     Chevy/GMC K1500
515055     Chevy/GMC K1500
515037     Chevy/GMC K3500
513061 BR930064 513061 Chevy/GMC S15 Jimmy
512133 BR930176 512133 Chrysler Cirrus
512154 BR930194 512154 Chrysler Cirrus
512220 BR930199 512220 Chrysler Cirrus
513138 BR930138 513138 Chrysler Cirrus
512571 BR930188 / 189 512571 Chrysler Concorde
513089 BR930190K 513089 Chrysler Concorde
518501 BR930001 518001 Chrysler E Class
518502 BR930002 518502 Chrysler E Class
513075 BR930013 513075 Chrysler Le Baron
518500 BR930000 518500 Chrysler LeBaron
513123 BR935715 513123 Chrysler Prowler
512167 BR930173 512167 Chrysler PT Cruiser
512136 BR930172 512136 Chrysler Sebring
512157 BR930066 512157 Chrysler Town & Country
512169 BR935718 512169 Chrysler Town & Country
512170 BR935719 512170 Chrysler Town & Country
513074 BR930571K 513074 Chrysler Town & Country
513122 BR935716 513122 Chrysler Town & Country
512155 BR930069 512155 Chrysler Town Country
512156 BR930067 512156 Chrysler Town Country

A wide range of applications:

• agriculture and forestry equipment
• automotive and industrial gearboxes
• automotive and truck electric components, such as alternators
• electric motors
• fluid machinery
• material handling
• power tools and household appliances
• textile machinery
• two Wheeler

Company Profile

Our Advantages

1.ISO Standard

2.Bearing Small order accepted

3.In Stock bearing

4.OEM bearing service

5.Professional Technical Support

6.Timely pre-sale service
7.Competitive price
8.Full range of products on auto bearings
9.Punctual Delivery
11.Excellent after-sale service
 

Packaging & Shipping

 

Packaging Details 1 piece in a single box
50 boxes in a carton
20 cartons in a pallet
Nearest Port ZheJiang or HangZhou
Lead Time For stock parts: 1-5 days.
If no stock parts:
<200 pcs: 15-30 days
≥200 pcs: to be negotiated.

 

FAQ

If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us as follows:

 

Q: Why did you choose us?

1. We provide the best quality bearings with reasonable prices, low friction, low noise, and long service life.

2. With sufficient stock and fast delivery, you can choose our freight forwarder or your freight forwarder.

 

Q: Do you accept small orders?

100% quality check, once your bearings are standard size bearings, even one, we also accept.

 

Q: How long is your delivery time?

Generally speaking, if the goods are in stock, it is 1-3 days. If the goods are out of stock, it will take 6-10 days, depending on the quantity of the order.

 

Q: Do you provide samples? Is it free or extra?

Yes, we can provide a small number of free samples. 

 

Q: What should I do if I don’t see the type of bearings I need?

We have too many bearing series numbers. Just send us the inquiry and we will be very happy to send you the bearing details.

Q: Could you accept OEM and customize?
A: Yes, we can customize for you according to sample or drawing, but, pls provide us technical data, such as dimension and mark.

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After-sales Service: 1 Year / 30000-50000kms
Warranty: 1 Year / 30000-50000kms
Type: Wheel Hub Bearing
Material: Gcr15/65mn/55
Tolerance: P0 P6 P4 P5 P2
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Can a damaged axle hub affect the overall performance and safety of a vehicle?

Yes, a damaged axle hub can significantly affect the overall performance and safety of a vehicle. Here’s a detailed explanation of how a damaged axle hub can impact a vehicle:

1. Wheel Stability:

A damaged axle hub can compromise the stability of the wheel assembly. If the hub is bent, cracked, or worn out, it may not provide a secure mounting point for the wheel. This can result in wheel wobbling or excessive play, leading to unstable handling and compromised vehicle control. A wobbling wheel can also cause vibrations, which can affect the comfort of the passengers and potentially lead to further damage to other components of the suspension system.

2. Wheel Bearing Performance:

The axle hub houses the wheel bearings, which are critical for smooth wheel rotation and weight support. A damaged axle hub can negatively impact the performance of the wheel bearings. For example, if the hub is misaligned or has damaged bearing races, it can cause excessive friction, uneven wear, and premature failure of the wheel bearings. This can lead to wheel noise, reduced fuel efficiency, and compromised safety as the wheel may seize or detach while driving.

3. Brake System Integration:

In many vehicles, the axle hub integrates with the brake rotor or drum. A damaged axle hub can affect the proper installation and function of the braking components. For example, if the hub has damaged mounting surfaces or incorrect dimensions, it may result in brake rotor runout or misalignment. This can cause uneven braking, pulsation in the brake pedal, and reduced braking performance, compromising the vehicle’s ability to stop safely and efficiently.

4. Wheel Alignment and Suspension:

The axle hub plays a role in maintaining proper wheel alignment and supporting the suspension system. A damaged axle hub can lead to misalignment, affecting the camber, toe, or caster angles of the wheel. Improper wheel alignment can result in uneven tire wear, compromised handling, and reduced stability, impacting overall vehicle performance and safety. Additionally, a damaged hub may not provide adequate support for the suspension components, leading to increased stress and potential failure of other suspension parts.

5. Risk of Wheel Separation:

If a damaged axle hub is not addressed promptly, there is a risk of wheel separation. A severely damaged hub can eventually fail, causing the wheel to detach from the vehicle while in motion. Wheel separation is extremely dangerous and can result in a loss of control, vehicle instability, and potential accidents with severe consequences for the occupants and other road users.

6. Overall Safety:

The overall safety of the vehicle can be compromised when the axle hub is damaged. The stability, braking performance, wheel alignment, and suspension function are critical for safe operation. A damaged axle hub can negatively impact these aspects, increasing the risk of accidents and reducing the ability to control the vehicle effectively.

In summary, a damaged axle hub can have a significant impact on the overall performance and safety of a vehicle. It can compromise wheel stability, impair wheel bearing performance, affect brake system integration, disrupt wheel alignment and suspension, and increase the risk of wheel separation. It is crucial to address any signs of axle hub damage promptly to ensure the safe and efficient operation of the vehicle.

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What role does the ABS sensor play in the context of an axle hub assembly?

The ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) sensor plays a crucial role in the context of an axle hub assembly. It is an integral component of the braking system and is responsible for monitoring the speed and rotational behavior of the wheels. Here’s a detailed explanation of the role of the ABS sensor in the context of an axle hub assembly:

  • Wheel speed monitoring: The primary function of the ABS sensor is to monitor the rotational speed of the wheels. It does this by detecting the teeth or magnetic patterns on a tone ring or reluctor ring mounted on the axle hub or adjacent to the wheel hub. By continuously measuring the speed of each wheel, the ABS sensor provides crucial data to the vehicle’s ABS system.
  • Anti-lock Braking System (ABS): The ABS system utilizes the data provided by the ABS sensors to determine if any wheel is about to lock up during braking. If a wheel is on the verge of locking up, the ABS system modulates the braking pressure to that wheel. This prevents the wheel from fully locking up, allowing the driver to maintain control of the vehicle and reducing the risk of skidding or loss of steering control.
  • Traction control: In addition to aiding the ABS system, the ABS sensors also play a role in the vehicle’s traction control system. By continuously monitoring the rotational speed of the wheels, the ABS sensors assist in detecting any wheel slippage or loss of traction. When a wheel slips, the traction control system can adjust the engine power output or apply brake pressure to the specific wheel to regain traction and maintain stability.
  • Stability control: Some modern vehicles incorporate stability control systems that rely on the ABS sensors to monitor the rotational behavior of the wheels. By comparing the speeds of individual wheels, the stability control system can detect and mitigate any potential loss of vehicle stability. This may involve applying brakes to specific wheels or adjusting engine power to help the driver maintain control in challenging driving conditions or during evasive maneuvers.
  • Diagnostic capabilities: The ABS sensors also provide diagnostic capabilities for the vehicle’s onboard diagnostic system. In the event of a fault or malfunction within the ABS system, the ABS sensors can transmit error codes to the vehicle’s computer, which can then be retrieved using a diagnostic scanner. This aids in the identification and troubleshooting of ABS-related issues.

The ABS sensor is typically mounted near the axle hub, with its sensor tip in close proximity to the tone ring or reluctor ring. It generates electrical signals based on the detected rotational patterns, which are then transmitted to the vehicle’s ABS control module for processing and action.

In summary, the ABS sensor plays a vital role in the context of an axle hub assembly. It monitors the rotational speed of the wheels, providing essential data for the ABS system, traction control, and stability control. The ABS sensor helps prevent wheel lockup during braking, enhances traction in slippery conditions, aids in maintaining vehicle stability, and contributes to the diagnostic capabilities of the ABS system.

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Can axle hubs be upgraded for better performance, and if so, how?

Axle hubs can be upgraded to improve performance in certain cases. Upgrading axle hubs can involve various modifications and enhancements. Here’s a detailed explanation:

Before considering an upgrade, it’s important to evaluate the specific needs and goals for the vehicle. Upgrades to axle hubs can target areas such as durability, load capacity, handling, and overall performance. Here are some potential ways to upgrade axle hubs:

  • High-Performance Bearings: Upgrading to high-performance wheel bearings can improve the durability and load capacity of the axle hub. High-quality bearings made from stronger materials or featuring advanced designs can provide enhanced reliability and performance under demanding conditions.
  • Performance Seals: Upgraded seals can provide better protection against contaminants and improve the overall sealing performance of the axle hub. Enhanced seals can help prevent dirt, water, and other debris from entering the hub assembly, increasing its lifespan and reducing the risk of damage.
  • Reinforced Hub Components: In some cases, upgrading to axle hubs with reinforced components, such as stronger hub bodies or larger studs, can enhance their load-carrying capacity and overall strength. This can be particularly beneficial for vehicles that operate under heavy loads or encounter rugged terrain.
  • Improved Cooling: Upgrading the cooling system of the axle hub can help dissipate heat more effectively, reducing the risk of overheating and prolonging the lifespan of the hub components. This can involve the addition of cooling fins, better ventilation, or even the use of aftermarket cooling solutions.
  • Performance Coatings: Applying specialized coatings to the axle hub surfaces can provide better protection against corrosion and wear. Coatings such as zinc plating or ceramic coatings can enhance the durability and performance of the hub components, particularly in harsh environments.
  • Aftermarket Axle Hub Assemblies: In some cases, aftermarket axle hub assemblies can offer performance-oriented upgrades over stock components. These assemblies may incorporate design improvements, advanced materials, or specialized features to enhance performance, reliability, and overall functionality.

It’s important to note that axle hub upgrades may require careful consideration of compatibility with other vehicle components, such as brakes, wheels, and suspension. Additionally, some upgrades may affect the vehicle’s warranty or require professional installation. It is recommended to consult with knowledgeable professionals, such as mechanics or specialists, who can provide guidance on suitable upgrades and ensure proper installation.

When considering axle hub upgrades, it’s also essential to assess the overall condition of the vehicle and address any underlying issues. Regular maintenance, such as proper lubrication, inspection, and timely replacement of worn components, is crucial for maximizing the performance and lifespan of the axle hubs.

In summary, axle hubs can be upgraded to improve performance in certain cases. Upgrades may involve high-performance bearings, improved seals, reinforced hub components, enhanced cooling, performance coatings, or aftermarket axle hub assemblies. It’s important to assess the specific needs of the vehicle, consult with professionals, and consider compatibility with other components when pursuing axle hub upgrades.

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China Professional OEM  Front Axle Wheel Hub Bearing Unit 43502-52010 43502 0d010 Ref. 486904 81928248 H52005BTA for CZPT axle and wheels

Product Description

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Name Wheel Hub CZPT 43502-52571
Material Steel GCr15, 65Mn, or 55
Application SCION, TOYOTA
Bolts 4 bolts
wheel hub bearing ID: 38mm
Size OD:125mm
Height:68.5mm
Thread: M12*1.5mm
Usage wheel hub assembly replacement
Position Front Axle
Weight 1.4kg
Brand SI, PPB, or customized
Packing Neutral, our brand packing or customized
OEM replacement Yes
Manufacture place ZHangZhoug, China
MOQ 20 PCS
Warranty 1 year or 30,
SWAG:
BTA: H52005BTA
TRIPLE FIVE: WH60403

Application:
CZPT ECHO Saloon (P1)1.5 (NCP12) 1999-2005
Toyota IQ (J1) 1.0 (KGJ10) 2009-
Toyota YARIS (P1) 1.0 (SCP10) 1999-2005
Toyota YARIS (P1) 1.3 (NCP10, SCP12) 1999-2005
Toyota YARIS  (P1) 1.4 D-4D (NLP10) 2001-2005
Toyota YARIS VERSO (_P2_) 1.3 (NCP20- NCP22) 1999-2002
Toyota YARIS VERSO (_P2_) 1.4 D-4D (NLP20, NLP22) 2001-2005

Main parts:

Exhibitions: 

FAQ:
1.Q: How about your delivery time?
A: If it’s ready stock, it can be sent out immediately. If it has been sold out, we need around 45-60 days to produce.
 

2. Q: What is the packing of the goods?

A: 1. Pack the goods in neutral boxes, put them into the cartons then make a pallet.
   2. Pack in our brand SI, CZPT color box, and then put into the carton & pallet.
   3. According to your requirements, make your designed box after receiving your authorization letters.
 

3. Q: What’s the MOQ?

A: We have not a clear limit for this type of bearings,1 or 2pcs is available if we have ready stock. But we encourage you to buy in a bigger quantity to get a better price. And in this way, it will also help to save the average cost of delivery.

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After-sales Service: Yes
Warranty: 12 Month
Type: Wheel Hub Bearing
Material: Chrome Steel
Tolerance: P0
Certification: ISO9001, TS16949
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Can a damaged axle hub affect the overall performance and safety of a vehicle?

Yes, a damaged axle hub can significantly affect the overall performance and safety of a vehicle. Here’s a detailed explanation of how a damaged axle hub can impact a vehicle:

1. Wheel Stability:

A damaged axle hub can compromise the stability of the wheel assembly. If the hub is bent, cracked, or worn out, it may not provide a secure mounting point for the wheel. This can result in wheel wobbling or excessive play, leading to unstable handling and compromised vehicle control. A wobbling wheel can also cause vibrations, which can affect the comfort of the passengers and potentially lead to further damage to other components of the suspension system.

2. Wheel Bearing Performance:

The axle hub houses the wheel bearings, which are critical for smooth wheel rotation and weight support. A damaged axle hub can negatively impact the performance of the wheel bearings. For example, if the hub is misaligned or has damaged bearing races, it can cause excessive friction, uneven wear, and premature failure of the wheel bearings. This can lead to wheel noise, reduced fuel efficiency, and compromised safety as the wheel may seize or detach while driving.

3. Brake System Integration:

In many vehicles, the axle hub integrates with the brake rotor or drum. A damaged axle hub can affect the proper installation and function of the braking components. For example, if the hub has damaged mounting surfaces or incorrect dimensions, it may result in brake rotor runout or misalignment. This can cause uneven braking, pulsation in the brake pedal, and reduced braking performance, compromising the vehicle’s ability to stop safely and efficiently.

4. Wheel Alignment and Suspension:

The axle hub plays a role in maintaining proper wheel alignment and supporting the suspension system. A damaged axle hub can lead to misalignment, affecting the camber, toe, or caster angles of the wheel. Improper wheel alignment can result in uneven tire wear, compromised handling, and reduced stability, impacting overall vehicle performance and safety. Additionally, a damaged hub may not provide adequate support for the suspension components, leading to increased stress and potential failure of other suspension parts.

5. Risk of Wheel Separation:

If a damaged axle hub is not addressed promptly, there is a risk of wheel separation. A severely damaged hub can eventually fail, causing the wheel to detach from the vehicle while in motion. Wheel separation is extremely dangerous and can result in a loss of control, vehicle instability, and potential accidents with severe consequences for the occupants and other road users.

6. Overall Safety:

The overall safety of the vehicle can be compromised when the axle hub is damaged. The stability, braking performance, wheel alignment, and suspension function are critical for safe operation. A damaged axle hub can negatively impact these aspects, increasing the risk of accidents and reducing the ability to control the vehicle effectively.

In summary, a damaged axle hub can have a significant impact on the overall performance and safety of a vehicle. It can compromise wheel stability, impair wheel bearing performance, affect brake system integration, disrupt wheel alignment and suspension, and increase the risk of wheel separation. It is crucial to address any signs of axle hub damage promptly to ensure the safe and efficient operation of the vehicle.

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Where can I find a comprehensive guide for DIY replacement of an axle hub?

If you are looking for a comprehensive guide to assist you with the DIY (Do-It-Yourself) replacement of an axle hub, there are several reliable sources you can refer to. Here’s a detailed explanation:

  • Manufacturer’s Service Manual: The first and most authoritative source of information for any vehicle repair or maintenance task is the manufacturer’s service manual. The service manual provides detailed instructions, diagrams, and specifications specific to your vehicle’s make, model, and year. It covers all aspects of the vehicle, including axle hub replacement procedures. You can usually obtain the manufacturer’s service manual from the vehicle manufacturer’s official website or through authorized dealerships.
  • Online Repair Guides: Many reputable automotive websites and forums offer comprehensive online repair guides. These guides often include step-by-step instructions, accompanied by photographs or illustrations, to help you through the process of replacing an axle hub. Some websites compile user-contributed guides, while others are created by automotive professionals. Popular sources for online repair guides include AutoZone, RepairPal, and iFixit.
  • Video Tutorials: Video tutorials can be invaluable resources for visual learners. Websites like YouTube host a wide range of DIY automotive repair videos that cover various tasks, including axle hub replacement. Watching a video tutorial can provide a clear demonstration of the required steps, tools, and techniques involved in the process. You can search for specific video tutorials by using keywords such as “DIY axle hub replacement” along with your vehicle’s make and model.
  • Automotive Forums: Online automotive forums are communities where enthusiasts and professionals share knowledge and experiences. Forums like Reddit’s r/MechanicAdvice, Automotive Forums, or specific forums dedicated to your vehicle’s make or model can be excellent sources of information. You can search or post questions specific to axle hub replacement, and experienced members may provide detailed guidance, tips, or even links to comprehensive guides they have found useful.
  • Library Resources: Public libraries often have a selection of automotive repair manuals and guides available for borrowing. These printed resources can provide comprehensive instructions and illustrations for various repair tasks, including axle hub replacement. Look for repair manuals specific to your vehicle’s make, model, and year in the automotive section of your local library.

When using any guide or resource for DIY repairs, it’s important to exercise caution and ensure your own safety. Follow all recommended safety procedures, use the appropriate tools, and take necessary precautions. If you are unsure or uncomfortable with any aspect of the repair process, it is advisable to seek assistance from a qualified mechanic or professional technician.

In summary, a comprehensive guide for DIY replacement of an axle hub can be found in various sources such as the manufacturer’s service manual, online repair guides, video tutorials, automotive forums, and library resources. These resources provide step-by-step instructions and guidance to help you successfully replace an axle hub. Remember to prioritize safety and seek professional help if needed.

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Are there any recalls or common issues associated with specific axle hub models?

Recalls and common issues can occur with specific axle hub models due to manufacturing defects, design flaws, or other factors. Here’s a detailed explanation:

It’s important to note that specific recalls and common issues can vary depending on the make, model, and year of the vehicle, as well as the specific axle hub manufacturer. Manufacturers and regulatory bodies such as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) monitor and address safety concerns related to axle hubs through recalls and investigations.

Recalls are typically initiated by the vehicle manufacturer or the axle hub manufacturer in response to identified safety defects or non-compliance with safety standards. Recalls aim to address the issues and rectify any potential safety risks associated with the axle hub models. They may involve inspections, repairs, or replacements of the affected components.

To determine if there are any recalls or common issues associated with specific axle hub models, it is recommended to check the following sources:

  1. Manufacturer’s Website: Visit the official website of the vehicle manufacturer or the axle hub manufacturer. They often provide information on recalls, technical service bulletins (TSBs), and common issues related to their products. Look for any relevant information specific to the axle hub models in question.
  2. NHTSA Website: The NHTSA maintains a comprehensive database of recalls and investigations related to vehicle components, including axle hubs. Their website allows users to search for recalls and investigations by specific make, model, and component. You can use their search tool to check if there are any recalls or investigations associated with the axle hub models of interest.
  3. Owner Forums and Online Communities: Online forums and communities dedicated to specific vehicle makes and models can be a valuable source of information. Owners often share their experiences, including common issues they have encountered with axle hub models. It’s important to consider multiple sources and exercise caution when relying on anecdotal information.
  4. Service Centers and Mechanics: Local service centers and mechanics who specialize in the specific vehicle make or have experience with the axle hub models in question may be aware of any recalls or common issues. They can provide insights based on their firsthand knowledge and experience.

By consulting these sources, you can gather information about any recalls or common issues associated with specific axle hub models. If any recalls or safety concerns are identified, it is recommended to contact the vehicle manufacturer or a certified dealership to inquire about the necessary actions, such as inspections or repairs, to address the issues.

In summary, recalls and common issues can occur with specific axle hub models. Checking the manufacturer’s website, the NHTSA website, owner forums, and consulting with service centers and mechanics can provide valuable information regarding any recalls or common issues associated with the axle hub models of interest. It’s important to stay informed and take appropriate actions to address any identified safety concerns.

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China factory Factory Price Truck Trailer Wheel Hub for Truck Axle System 3104010ba6e/a Wheel Hub with CZPT Bearing axle cost

Product Description

 

Product Description

The mass production of maintenance-free wheel end systems for commercial vehicles
In cooperation with the internationally renowned company (SSKF), creating maintenance-free wheel hubs system for commercial vehicles, LIDE make the life of the entire brake wheel end system for commercial vehicles reach 1.5 million kilometers. At present, it has been put into operation on some domestic models. It proves that the market feedback is good and the products are popular by the users.

Product Parameters

Size

Bore diameter:120mm,Out diameter:175mm,T Size:123mm,Weight:7.20

SAF

0571 7106

SAF

0571 7112

SAF

0571 7115

SAF

034343012

SAF

335710601

SAF

3357112

SAF

3357115

SAF

34343012.H195,VKBA5445,SET1372

Certifications

 

Company Profile

ZheJiang Lide Automotive Technology Co., Ltd., founded in 1996, is a professional manufacturer of trailer axle assemblies and wheel hub with bearings systems in China. We are located in the city of HangZhou, ZheJiang Province. We are 1 of specialized enterprises in the scientific research, design, production and sale, with more than 600 skilled employees and professional designers . We adopt the domestic and international technical standards in production, accurately grasp the information of the market demand and make quick and optimal designs. In this way, our axle, wheel hub and other fittings have the world-class technical quality . Our advanced processing technology, first-class production line and precision CNC machining equipment from home and abroad ensure the good quality . At the same time, our annual capacity for the export of American and German semi-trailer axle assemblies has achieved 60, 000 pieces . We obtained the ISO9001: 2000 International Quality Management System Certification in 2003 and TS16949 Certification in 2007. “First-class product quality, the meticulous and thoughtful service, and CZPT cooperation” is the philosophy that we always cherish. We not only meet the domestic market demand, but also export our products to Southeast Asia, the Middle East, North America ,Sourth America and other countries, enjoying a good reputation. 

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Are there differences between front and rear axle hubs in terms of design and function?

Yes, there are differences between front and rear axle hubs in terms of design and function. Here’s a detailed explanation of these differences:

1. Design:

The design of front and rear axle hubs can vary based on the specific requirements of each axle position.

Front Axle Hubs: Front axle hubs are typically more complex in design compared to rear axle hubs. This is because front axle hubs are often responsible for connecting the wheels to the steering system and accommodating the front-wheel drive components. Front axle hubs may have provisions for attaching CV (constant velocity) joints, which are necessary for transmitting power from the engine to the front wheels in front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive vehicles. The design of front axle hubs may also incorporate features for connecting the brake rotor, allowing for the integration of the braking system.

Rear Axle Hubs: Rear axle hubs generally have a simpler design compared to front axle hubs. They are primarily responsible for connecting the wheels to the rear axle shafts and supporting the wheel bearings. Rear axle hubs may not require the same level of complexity as front axle hubs since they do not need to accommodate steering components or transmit power from the engine. However, rear axle hubs still play a critical role in supporting the weight of the vehicle, transmitting driving forces, and integrating with the brake system.

2. Function:

The function of front and rear axle hubs differs based on the specific demands placed on each axle position.

Front Axle Hubs: Front axle hubs have the following primary functions:

  • Connect the wheel to the steering system, allowing for controlled steering and maneuverability.
  • Support the wheel bearings to facilitate smooth wheel rotation and weight distribution.
  • Integrate with the front-wheel drive components, such as CV joints, to transmit power from the engine to the front wheels.
  • Provide a mounting point for the brake rotor or drum, allowing for the integration of the braking system.

Rear Axle Hubs: Rear axle hubs have the following primary functions:

  • Connect the wheel to the rear axle shaft, facilitating power transmission and driving forces.
  • Support the wheel bearings to enable smooth wheel rotation and weight distribution.
  • Integrate with the brake system, providing a mounting point for the brake rotor or drum for braking performance.

3. Load Distribution:

Front and rear axle hubs also differ in terms of load distribution.

Front Axle Hubs: Front axle hubs bear the weight of the engine, transmission, and other front-end components. They also handle a significant portion of the vehicle’s braking forces during deceleration. As a result, front axle hubs need to be designed to handle higher loads and provide sufficient strength and durability.

Rear Axle Hubs: Rear axle hubs primarily bear the weight of the vehicle’s rear end and support the differential and rear axle shafts. The braking forces on the rear axle hubs are typically lower compared to the front axle hubs. However, they still need to be robust enough to handle the forces generated during acceleration, deceleration, and cornering.

In summary, there are differences between front and rear axle hubs in terms of design and function. Front axle hubs are typically more complex and accommodate steering components and front-wheel drive systems, while rear axle hubs have a simpler design focused on supporting the rear axle and integrating with the brake system. Understanding these differences is important for proper maintenance and repair of the axle hubs in a vehicle.

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Are there aftermarket axle hubs available with enhanced durability or performance features?

Yes, there are aftermarket axle hubs available with enhanced durability or performance features. Aftermarket parts are components that are produced by manufacturers other than the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of the vehicle. These aftermarket axle hubs are designed to provide improved durability, performance, or other specialized features compared to the stock OEM axle hubs. Here’s a detailed explanation:

  • Durability enhancements: Aftermarket axle hubs may incorporate design improvements or use materials that enhance their durability and longevity. These enhancements can include reinforced bearing housings, stronger wheel studs, improved seals and gaskets, or upgraded materials that better withstand heavy loads, extreme temperatures, or harsh driving conditions. The goal is to provide a more robust and long-lasting axle hub solution.
  • Performance features: Some aftermarket axle hubs are designed to offer enhanced performance characteristics. These performance features can include better heat dissipation properties, reduced rotational friction, or improved weight distribution. Performance-oriented axle hubs may also be engineered to provide more precise wheel alignment, improved handling, or reduced unsprung weight, which can contribute to overall vehicle performance.
  • Specialized applications: In addition to durability and performance enhancements, aftermarket axle hubs may be available for specialized applications. For example, there are aftermarket axle hubs designed specifically for off-road vehicles, heavy-duty towing, or high-performance sports cars. These specialized axle hubs may have features such as increased load-bearing capacity, improved water and debris resistance, or compatibility with upgraded braking systems.
  • Brands and manufacturers: The aftermarket industry offers a wide range of options from various brands and manufacturers. Some aftermarket companies specialize in producing high-quality replacement parts, including axle hubs, that are designed to meet or exceed OEM standards. These aftermarket brands may have a reputation for providing durable and high-performance products, and they often offer warranties to back up their claims.
  • Research and compatibility: When considering aftermarket axle hubs with enhanced durability or performance features, it is essential to conduct thorough research. Look for reputable aftermarket brands known for their quality and reliability. Additionally, ensure compatibility with your specific vehicle make, model, and year. Most aftermarket manufacturers provide compatibility information or have online resources to help you select the correct axle hub for your vehicle.

It’s worth noting that while aftermarket axle hubs can offer enhanced durability or performance features, not all aftermarket parts are created equal. The quality and performance of aftermarket axle hubs can vary depending on the manufacturer and brand. It’s advisable to choose reputable aftermarket brands that have a track record of producing reliable and high-quality components. Consulting with automotive professionals or enthusiasts and reading customer reviews can also provide valuable insights when selecting aftermarket axle hubs.

In summary, aftermarket axle hubs with enhanced durability or performance features are available. These aftermarket options may incorporate design improvements, specialized materials, or performance-oriented features to offer increased durability, improved performance, or compatibility with specialized applications. Conducting thorough research and selecting reputable aftermarket brands can help ensure the quality and compatibility of the aftermarket axle hubs for your vehicle.

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What are the torque specifications for securing an axle hub to the vehicle?

The torque specifications for securing an axle hub to the vehicle may vary depending on the specific make, model, and year of the vehicle. It is crucial to consult the manufacturer’s service manual or appropriate technical resources for the accurate torque specifications for your particular vehicle. Here’s a detailed explanation:

  • Manufacturer’s Service Manual: The manufacturer’s service manual is the most reliable and authoritative source for torque specifications. It provides detailed information specific to your vehicle, including the recommended torque values for various components, such as the axle hub. The service manual may specify different torque values for different vehicle models or configurations. You can usually obtain the manufacturer’s service manual from the vehicle manufacturer’s official website or through authorized dealerships.
  • Technical Resources: In addition to the manufacturer’s service manual, there are other technical resources available that provide torque specifications. These resources may include specialized automotive repair guides, online databases, or torque specification charts. Reputable automotive websites, professional repair manuals, or automotive forums dedicated to your vehicle’s make or model can be valuable sources for finding accurate torque specifications.
  • Online Databases: Some websites offer online databases or torque specification tools that allow you to search for specific torque values based on your vehicle’s make, model, and year. These databases compile torque specifications from various sources and provide a convenient way to access the required information. However, it’s important to verify the accuracy and reliability of the source before relying on the provided torque values.
  • Manufacturer Recommendations: In certain cases, the manufacturer may provide torque specifications on the packaging or documentation that accompanies the replacement axle hub. If you are using an OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) or aftermarket axle hub, it is advisable to check any provided documentation for torque recommendations specific to that particular product.

Regardless of the source you use to obtain torque specifications, it is essential to follow the recommended values precisely. Torque specifications are specified to ensure proper tightening and secure attachment of the axle hub to the vehicle. Over-tightening or under-tightening can lead to issues such as damage to components, improper seating, or premature wear. It is recommended to use a reliable torque wrench to achieve the specified torque values accurately.

In summary, the torque specifications for securing an axle hub to the vehicle depend on the specific make, model, and year of the vehicle. The manufacturer’s service manual, technical resources, online databases, and manufacturer recommendations are valuable sources to obtain accurate torque specifications. It is crucial to follow the recommended torque values precisely to ensure proper installation and avoid potential issues.

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China factory OEM Hino Bearing Wheel Hub for Heavy Duty Axle axle end caps

Product Description

1. On CZPT wheel hub Since 1999
2. 20 years experience on semi trailer wheel hub
3. 1 year Quality warranty
4. ISO, TS16949 Certificate
5. 7×16 hours service
6. Customized OEM ODM wheel hub are available 
7. 4 Global Offices

WONDEE Supply different type wheel hub according to your part number and  OEM number : 

 

BRAND OEM NO. BRAND OEM NO. BRAND OEM NO.
BPW 327262270 MIT SUBIUSHI MK557127 FUWA 3601.Q
327280140 MC870905 3601.C
0327247210A MC801949 3601.R
327248930 MC808803 3601.R
327248320 MC8709-10 ROR 212 0571 2
SAF 3357106-10 BJ1039 BJ1571AG-A11
NEOPLAN 131FRONT AXLE 5 BJ1069 315711-HF16030
132FRONT AXLE 5232B-3104015 YORK 786223
132REAR AXLE 786105

WONDEE Truck Wheel Hub Information:
 
CZPT supply Wheel Hub used on semi-trailer and truck, Wheel Hub fit for GERMAN TYPE AXLE, AMERICAN TYPE AXLE 
 
1). Material: Ductile Iron, Gray Iron, Metallic, Half-metallic.
2). SIZE : 420*180MM, 420*200MM, 420*220 MM for 12T, 14T, 16T capacity Germany type axle and 13T,16T,18T capacity American type axle.
3). PCD: 285MM,
4). DIA: 335MM
4). High quality brake hub with competitive price
5). Certification: ISO , TS16949, COC, CIQ AND SO ONE.

WONDEE Truck Wheel Hub Delivery Terms:
 
1.MOQ: 10 Pieces, (Accept small order).
2.Supply: 10000 Pieces per Month.
3.Payments: L/C, T/T, Western Union.
4.Port: China seaport
5.Delivery Time: Within 15 Working Days or In Stock
6.Package: Standard wooden pallet packing or According Customer’s Requirement.

Besides Steel wheel hub ,WONDEE also Supply:
 

Semi-trailers:       
Skeletal semi-trailers flatbed semi-trailers container semi-trailers low bed semi-trailers
van semi-trailers fuel tank semi-trailers logging semi-trailers Fence Semi trailers
Spare Parts:      
Leaf spring, flat bar, Chassis, H-beam
Air suspension, mechanic suspension, bogie Coupling,
Axle  air chamber, slack adjuster hitch. 
Brake drum brake shoe brake lining wheel hub
tubeless wheel rims, tube wheel rims, Aluminum wheel rim wheel bolt
u bolt center bolt hub bolt twist lock,
Turntable, 5th wheel,  landing gear, king pin,

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Material: Steel
Type: Wheel Hub
Drive Wheel: RWD
Wheel Hub Diameter: 21-24"
Finishing: Black
Wheel Accessories: Wheel Spoke

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Can a damaged axle hub affect the overall performance and safety of a vehicle?

Yes, a damaged axle hub can significantly affect the overall performance and safety of a vehicle. Here’s a detailed explanation of how a damaged axle hub can impact a vehicle:

1. Wheel Stability:

A damaged axle hub can compromise the stability of the wheel assembly. If the hub is bent, cracked, or worn out, it may not provide a secure mounting point for the wheel. This can result in wheel wobbling or excessive play, leading to unstable handling and compromised vehicle control. A wobbling wheel can also cause vibrations, which can affect the comfort of the passengers and potentially lead to further damage to other components of the suspension system.

2. Wheel Bearing Performance:

The axle hub houses the wheel bearings, which are critical for smooth wheel rotation and weight support. A damaged axle hub can negatively impact the performance of the wheel bearings. For example, if the hub is misaligned or has damaged bearing races, it can cause excessive friction, uneven wear, and premature failure of the wheel bearings. This can lead to wheel noise, reduced fuel efficiency, and compromised safety as the wheel may seize or detach while driving.

3. Brake System Integration:

In many vehicles, the axle hub integrates with the brake rotor or drum. A damaged axle hub can affect the proper installation and function of the braking components. For example, if the hub has damaged mounting surfaces or incorrect dimensions, it may result in brake rotor runout or misalignment. This can cause uneven braking, pulsation in the brake pedal, and reduced braking performance, compromising the vehicle’s ability to stop safely and efficiently.

4. Wheel Alignment and Suspension:

The axle hub plays a role in maintaining proper wheel alignment and supporting the suspension system. A damaged axle hub can lead to misalignment, affecting the camber, toe, or caster angles of the wheel. Improper wheel alignment can result in uneven tire wear, compromised handling, and reduced stability, impacting overall vehicle performance and safety. Additionally, a damaged hub may not provide adequate support for the suspension components, leading to increased stress and potential failure of other suspension parts.

5. Risk of Wheel Separation:

If a damaged axle hub is not addressed promptly, there is a risk of wheel separation. A severely damaged hub can eventually fail, causing the wheel to detach from the vehicle while in motion. Wheel separation is extremely dangerous and can result in a loss of control, vehicle instability, and potential accidents with severe consequences for the occupants and other road users.

6. Overall Safety:

The overall safety of the vehicle can be compromised when the axle hub is damaged. The stability, braking performance, wheel alignment, and suspension function are critical for safe operation. A damaged axle hub can negatively impact these aspects, increasing the risk of accidents and reducing the ability to control the vehicle effectively.

In summary, a damaged axle hub can have a significant impact on the overall performance and safety of a vehicle. It can compromise wheel stability, impair wheel bearing performance, affect brake system integration, disrupt wheel alignment and suspension, and increase the risk of wheel separation. It is crucial to address any signs of axle hub damage promptly to ensure the safe and efficient operation of the vehicle.

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How often should axle hubs be inspected and replaced as part of routine vehicle maintenance?

Regular inspection and maintenance of axle hubs are crucial for ensuring the safe and efficient operation of a vehicle. The frequency of inspection and replacement may vary depending on several factors, including the vehicle’s make and model, driving conditions, and manufacturer’s recommendations. Here are some guidelines to consider:

  • Manufacturer’s recommendations: The first and most reliable source of information regarding the inspection and replacement intervals for axle hubs is the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations. These can usually be found in the owner’s manual or the manufacturer’s maintenance schedule. It is essential to follow these guidelines as they are specific to your particular vehicle.
  • Driving conditions: If your vehicle is subjected to severe driving conditions, such as frequent towing, off-road use, or driving in extreme temperatures, the axle hubs may experience increased stress and wear. In such cases, more frequent inspections and maintenance may be necessary.
  • Visual inspection: It is a good practice to visually inspect the axle hubs during routine maintenance or when performing other maintenance tasks, such as changing the brakes or rotating the tires. Look for any signs of damage, such as leaks, excessive play, or worn-out components. If any abnormalities are detected, further inspection or replacement may be required.
  • Wheel bearing maintenance: The axle hubs house the wheel bearings, which are critical for the smooth rotation of the wheels. Some vehicles have serviceable wheel bearings that require periodic maintenance, such as cleaning and repacking with fresh grease. If your vehicle has serviceable wheel bearings, refer to the manufacturer’s recommendations for the appropriate maintenance intervals.
  • Unusual noises or vibrations: If you notice any unusual noises, such as grinding, humming, or clicking sounds coming from the wheels, or if you experience vibrations while driving, it could be an indication of a problem with the axle hubs. In such cases, immediate inspection and necessary repairs or replacement should be performed.

It’s important to note that the intervals for inspecting and replacing axle hubs can vary significantly between different vehicles. Therefore, it is recommended to consult the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations to determine the specific maintenance schedule for your vehicle. Additionally, if you are unsure or suspect any issues with the axle hubs, it is advisable to have a qualified mechanic or automotive technician inspect and assess the condition of the axle hubs.

In summary, the frequency of inspecting and replacing axle hubs as part of routine vehicle maintenance depends on factors such as the manufacturer’s recommendations, driving conditions, visual inspections, wheel bearing maintenance requirements, and the presence of any unusual noises or vibrations. Following the manufacturer’s guidelines and promptly addressing any abnormalities will help ensure the proper functioning and longevity of the axle hubs.

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Are there any recalls or common issues associated with specific axle hub models?

Recalls and common issues can occur with specific axle hub models due to manufacturing defects, design flaws, or other factors. Here’s a detailed explanation:

It’s important to note that specific recalls and common issues can vary depending on the make, model, and year of the vehicle, as well as the specific axle hub manufacturer. Manufacturers and regulatory bodies such as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) monitor and address safety concerns related to axle hubs through recalls and investigations.

Recalls are typically initiated by the vehicle manufacturer or the axle hub manufacturer in response to identified safety defects or non-compliance with safety standards. Recalls aim to address the issues and rectify any potential safety risks associated with the axle hub models. They may involve inspections, repairs, or replacements of the affected components.

To determine if there are any recalls or common issues associated with specific axle hub models, it is recommended to check the following sources:

  1. Manufacturer’s Website: Visit the official website of the vehicle manufacturer or the axle hub manufacturer. They often provide information on recalls, technical service bulletins (TSBs), and common issues related to their products. Look for any relevant information specific to the axle hub models in question.
  2. NHTSA Website: The NHTSA maintains a comprehensive database of recalls and investigations related to vehicle components, including axle hubs. Their website allows users to search for recalls and investigations by specific make, model, and component. You can use their search tool to check if there are any recalls or investigations associated with the axle hub models of interest.
  3. Owner Forums and Online Communities: Online forums and communities dedicated to specific vehicle makes and models can be a valuable source of information. Owners often share their experiences, including common issues they have encountered with axle hub models. It’s important to consider multiple sources and exercise caution when relying on anecdotal information.
  4. Service Centers and Mechanics: Local service centers and mechanics who specialize in the specific vehicle make or have experience with the axle hub models in question may be aware of any recalls or common issues. They can provide insights based on their firsthand knowledge and experience.

By consulting these sources, you can gather information about any recalls or common issues associated with specific axle hub models. If any recalls or safety concerns are identified, it is recommended to contact the vehicle manufacturer or a certified dealership to inquire about the necessary actions, such as inspections or repairs, to address the issues.

In summary, recalls and common issues can occur with specific axle hub models. Checking the manufacturer’s website, the NHTSA website, owner forums, and consulting with service centers and mechanics can provide valuable information regarding any recalls or common issues associated with the axle hub models of interest. It’s important to stay informed and take appropriate actions to address any identified safety concerns.

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China Standard Truck Rear Axle Bridge with Disk Brake Wheel Bearing Semi–Trailer Axle with Air Bag Suspension Spring axle clamp

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Product Description

Model

Installation Height (mm)

Apply Axle

Center Distance (mm)

Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Arm Specification

DRGK/4 sets of air drum brakes used for light-duty vehicles, 3 sets of wheel hub and brake drum, 200000 sets of trailer axles.
There are more than 600 employees at work in Lide company, including 40 engineering technicians.
In 2009, the company passed the quality system QS9000, IATF16949.
Lide’s products are supplied for customers such as Xihu (West Lake) Dis.feng Truck, Sino Truck, Benz Truck, MAN Truck, CZPT Truck, CZPT Daimler Truck, CZPT Axle, etc.
 

 

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What are the key differences between live axles and dead axles in vehicle design?

In vehicle design, live axles and dead axles are two different types of axle configurations with distinct characteristics and functions. Here’s a detailed explanation of the key differences between live axles and dead axles:

Live Axles:

A live axle, also known as a solid axle or beam axle, is a type of axle where the wheels on both ends of the axle are connected and rotate together as a single unit. Here are the key features and characteristics of live axles:

  1. Connected Wheel Movement: In a live axle configuration, the wheels on both ends of the axle are linked together, meaning that any movement or forces applied to one wheel will directly affect the other wheel. This connection provides equal power distribution and torque to both wheels, making it suitable for off-road and heavy-duty applications where maximum traction is required.
  2. Simple Design: Live axles have a relatively simple design, consisting of a solid beam that connects the wheels. This simplicity makes them durable and capable of withstanding heavy loads and rough terrains.
  3. Weight and Cost: Live axles tend to be heavier and bulkier compared to other axle configurations, which can impact the overall weight and fuel efficiency of the vehicle. Additionally, the manufacturing and maintenance costs of live axles can be lower due to their simpler design.
  4. Suspension: In most cases, live axles are used in conjunction with leaf spring or coil spring suspensions. The axle is typically mounted to the vehicle’s chassis using leaf springs or control arms, allowing the axle to move vertically to absorb bumps and provide a smoother ride.
  5. Off-road Capability: Live axles are commonly used in off-road vehicles, trucks, and heavy-duty applications due to their robustness, durability, and ability to deliver power to both wheels simultaneously, enhancing traction and off-road performance.

Dead Axles:

A dead axle, also known as a dummy axle or non-driven axle, is a type of axle that does not transmit power to the wheels. It is primarily used to provide support and stability to the vehicle. Here are the key features and characteristics of dead axles:

  1. Independent Wheel Movement: In a dead axle configuration, each wheel operates independently, meaning that the movement or forces applied to one wheel will not affect the other wheel. Each wheel is responsible for its own power delivery and traction.
  2. Weight Distribution: Dead axles are often used to distribute the weight of the vehicle more evenly, especially in cases where heavy loads need to be carried. By adding an extra axle without driving capability, the weight can be distributed over a larger area, reducing the load on other axles and improving stability.
  3. Steering: Dead axles are commonly used as front axles in vehicles with rear-wheel drive configurations. They provide support for the front wheels and allow for steering control. The steering is typically achieved through a separate mechanism, such as a steering linkage or a steering gear.
  4. Reduced Complexity: Dead axles are simpler in design compared to live axles since they do not have the additional components required for power transmission. This simplicity can lead to lower manufacturing and maintenance costs.
  5. Efficiency and Maneuverability: Dead axles are often used in vehicles where power delivery to all wheels is not necessary, such as trailers, certain types of buses, and some light-duty vehicles. By eliminating the power transmission components, these vehicles can achieve better fuel efficiency and improved maneuverability.

It’s important to note that the choice between live axles and dead axles depends on the specific application, vehicle type, and desired performance characteristics. Vehicle manufacturers consider factors such as load capacity, traction requirements, off-road capability, cost, and fuel efficiency when determining the appropriate axle configuration for a particular vehicle model.

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What is the difference between front and rear axles in a typical vehicle?

In a typical vehicle, there are distinct differences between the front and rear axles due to their respective roles and functions. Here are the key differences:

  1. Position:
  2. The main difference between the front and rear axles is their position in the vehicle. The front axle is located in the front of the vehicle, while the rear axle is positioned at the rear. This positioning is determined by the vehicle’s drivetrain configuration.

  3. Steering:
  4. The front axle is responsible for steering the vehicle. It is connected to the steering system, allowing the driver to control the direction of the vehicle. The front axle typically includes components such as steering knuckles, tie rods, and steering linkages.

  5. Driving:
  6. The rear axle is primarily responsible for driving the vehicle’s wheels. It receives power from the engine through the transmission or differential and transfers that power to the rear wheels. The rear axle may include components such as axle shafts, differential gears, and wheel hubs.

  7. Suspension:
  8. Both the front and rear axles play a role in the vehicle’s suspension system, but their configurations and functions differ. The front axle typically incorporates suspension components such as control arms, struts, or independent suspension systems to provide better handling, stability, and ride comfort. The rear axle may have a solid axle setup or independent suspension depending on the vehicle’s design.

  9. Load Distribution:
  10. The load distribution on the front and rear axles varies. In a typical vehicle, the front axle carries the weight of the engine, transmission, and a portion of the vehicle’s weight due to the front-end weight bias. The rear axle bears the weight of the vehicle’s occupants, cargo, and a portion of the vehicle’s weight. This distribution helps maintain proper balance and stability during acceleration, braking, and cornering.

  11. Driving Characteristics:
  12. The differences between the front and rear axles can influence the vehicle’s driving characteristics. The front axle’s role in steering affects the vehicle’s maneuverability and responsiveness. The rear axle’s responsibility for driving the wheels affects traction, acceleration, and stability, particularly in rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive vehicles.

It’s important to note that the specific configurations and characteristics of front and rear axles can vary depending on the vehicle’s make, model, and drivetrain system. Different types of vehicles, such as front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive, or all-wheel drive, may have variations in axle design and functionality.

Understanding the differences between the front and rear axles is essential for proper maintenance, repairs, and modifications of the vehicle’s drivetrain and suspension systems. If you have specific questions about your vehicle’s axles, it’s recommended to consult your vehicle’s owner’s manual or seek advice from qualified mechanics or automotive professionals.

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Are there aftermarket axles available for upgrading performance in off-road vehicles?

Yes, there are aftermarket axles available for upgrading performance in off-road vehicles. Off-road enthusiasts often seek aftermarket axle options to enhance the durability, strength, and performance of their vehicles in rugged and demanding terrains. Here’s some information about aftermarket axles for off-road applications:

1. Upgraded Axle Materials:

Aftermarket axles are typically made from high-strength materials such as chromoly steel or forged alloys. These materials offer superior strength and durability compared to stock axles, making them better suited for off-road use where extreme loads, impacts, and torsional forces are encountered.

2. Increased Axle Shaft Diameter:

Some aftermarket axles feature larger diameter shafts compared to stock axles. This increased diameter helps improve the axle’s load-carrying capacity and resistance to bending or torsion. It can also enhance the overall durability and reliability of the axle in off-road conditions.

3. Upgraded Axle Splines:

Axles with upgraded splines are designed to handle higher torque loads. Aftermarket axles may feature larger and stronger splines, providing increased power transfer capabilities and reducing the risk of spline failure, which can occur in extreme off-road situations.

4. Locking Differentials:

Some aftermarket axle options include integrated locking differentials. Locking differentials improve off-road traction by mechanically locking both wheels on an axle together, ensuring that power is distributed evenly to both wheels. This feature can be advantageous in challenging off-road conditions where maximum traction is required.

5. Lifted Vehicle Compatibility:

Aftermarket axles are often designed to accommodate lifted vehicles. Lift kits that raise the suspension height can impact the axle’s operating angles. Aftermarket axles may offer increased articulation or modified geometry to maintain proper alignment and reduce the risk of binding or premature wear.

When considering aftermarket axles for off-road vehicles, it’s essential to choose options that are compatible with your specific vehicle make, model, and suspension setup. Working with reputable manufacturers, consulting with experienced off-road enthusiasts, or seeking advice from professional mechanics can help you select the most suitable aftermarket axle upgrades for your off-road needs.

Lastly, it’s important to keep in mind that upgrading axles alone may not be sufficient for maximizing off-road performance. Other components such as suspension, tires, differential gears, and drivetrain systems should be considered as part of a comprehensive off-road build to ensure optimal performance, reliability, and safety.

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China factory Trailer Axle Wheel Hub Bearing 3104015ea6t/a Rear Front Wheel Hub for Truck a cv axle

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The mass production of maintenance-free wheel end systems for commercial vehicles
In cooperation with the internationally renowned company (SKF), creating maintenance-free wheel hubs system for commercial vehicles, LIDE make the life of the entire brake wheel end system for commercial vehicles reach 1.5 million kilometers. At present, it has been put into operation on some domestic models. It proves that the market feedback is good and the products are popular by the users.

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AJB0038001

Car Model

For Fruehauf

Warranty

1 year

Place of Origin

China

 

ZheJiang

Brand Name

Lide

Size

Support customization

Product name

Wheel Hub

Application

Automotive Wheel, Truck wheel, Trailer wheel

Quality

High-Quality

Service

OEM ODM

Color

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1. Expand the domestic market
Recently, our company has strengthened exchanges with old customers such as HangZhou Heavy Duty Truck, CZPT Xihu (West Lake) Dis., CZPT Daimler, CZPT Axle, CZPT Axle, etc. At the same time, we have also actively connected with CZPT Group, CRRC Brake, Caterpillar, Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Chassis, Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Shares, HangZhou Meiqiao and other companies. In-depth cooperation in air drum brake,air disc brake, brake for construction trucks, hub assembly, rail transit and other fields,  we strive to reach 1.5 billion yuan in 2030. We will become the leader of domestic commercial vehicle brake wheel end system.
2. Expand foreign markets
According to the company’s development plan, expanding the domestic market,LIDE will actively expand the foreign market. Within 2-3 years, we will promote our products to the markets such as  Russia, Western Europe, North America ,etc.
 

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Can you recommend reliable brands for purchasing replacement axle hubs?

When it comes to purchasing replacement axle hubs, there are several reliable brands known for their quality and durability. Here are some recommended brands:

  • Timken: Timken is a well-known brand that specializes in manufacturing high-quality bearings and hub assemblies. They have a reputation for producing reliable and long-lasting products. Timken axle hubs are widely used in the automotive industry and are trusted by both professionals and DIY enthusiasts.
  • Moog: Moog is another reputable brand that offers a wide range of suspension and steering components, including axle hubs. Moog axle hubs are known for their precision engineering, excellent build quality, and reliable performance. They are designed to meet or exceed OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) specifications and are a popular choice among car owners.
  • ACDelco: ACDelco is a trusted brand that provides a comprehensive range of automotive replacement parts. Their axle hubs are designed to deliver reliable performance and durability. ACDelco axle hubs are often recommended for their compatibility with various vehicle makes and models, making them a reliable choice for replacement.
  • SKF: SKF is a well-established brand with a strong reputation in the automotive industry. They are known for their high-quality bearings and hub assemblies, including axle hubs. SKF axle hubs are engineered to provide excellent performance and longevity. They are often regarded as a premium option for those seeking reliable replacement parts.
  • NTN: NTN is a trusted manufacturer of bearings and hub assemblies. They offer a range of axle hubs that are designed to meet stringent quality standards. NTN axle hubs are known for their durability and precise fitment, making them a reliable choice for replacement in various vehicles.

It’s important to note that the availability of specific brands may vary depending on your location and the make and model of your vehicle. Additionally, it’s always a good idea to consult with a trusted mechanic or do thorough research to ensure the compatibility of the axle hubs with your vehicle before making a purchase.

In summary, some reliable brands for purchasing replacement axle hubs include Timken, Moog, ACDelco, SKF, and NTN. These brands have a solid reputation for producing high-quality and durable axle hubs, making them trusted choices for maintaining and repairing your vehicle’s axle system.

axle hub

Where can I find a comprehensive guide for DIY replacement of an axle hub?

If you are looking for a comprehensive guide to assist you with the DIY (Do-It-Yourself) replacement of an axle hub, there are several reliable sources you can refer to. Here’s a detailed explanation:

  • Manufacturer’s Service Manual: The first and most authoritative source of information for any vehicle repair or maintenance task is the manufacturer’s service manual. The service manual provides detailed instructions, diagrams, and specifications specific to your vehicle’s make, model, and year. It covers all aspects of the vehicle, including axle hub replacement procedures. You can usually obtain the manufacturer’s service manual from the vehicle manufacturer’s official website or through authorized dealerships.
  • Online Repair Guides: Many reputable automotive websites and forums offer comprehensive online repair guides. These guides often include step-by-step instructions, accompanied by photographs or illustrations, to help you through the process of replacing an axle hub. Some websites compile user-contributed guides, while others are created by automotive professionals. Popular sources for online repair guides include AutoZone, RepairPal, and iFixit.
  • Video Tutorials: Video tutorials can be invaluable resources for visual learners. Websites like YouTube host a wide range of DIY automotive repair videos that cover various tasks, including axle hub replacement. Watching a video tutorial can provide a clear demonstration of the required steps, tools, and techniques involved in the process. You can search for specific video tutorials by using keywords such as “DIY axle hub replacement” along with your vehicle’s make and model.
  • Automotive Forums: Online automotive forums are communities where enthusiasts and professionals share knowledge and experiences. Forums like Reddit’s r/MechanicAdvice, Automotive Forums, or specific forums dedicated to your vehicle’s make or model can be excellent sources of information. You can search or post questions specific to axle hub replacement, and experienced members may provide detailed guidance, tips, or even links to comprehensive guides they have found useful.
  • Library Resources: Public libraries often have a selection of automotive repair manuals and guides available for borrowing. These printed resources can provide comprehensive instructions and illustrations for various repair tasks, including axle hub replacement. Look for repair manuals specific to your vehicle’s make, model, and year in the automotive section of your local library.

When using any guide or resource for DIY repairs, it’s important to exercise caution and ensure your own safety. Follow all recommended safety procedures, use the appropriate tools, and take necessary precautions. If you are unsure or uncomfortable with any aspect of the repair process, it is advisable to seek assistance from a qualified mechanic or professional technician.

In summary, a comprehensive guide for DIY replacement of an axle hub can be found in various sources such as the manufacturer’s service manual, online repair guides, video tutorials, automotive forums, and library resources. These resources provide step-by-step instructions and guidance to help you successfully replace an axle hub. Remember to prioritize safety and seek professional help if needed.

axle hub

Can axle hubs impact the alignment of a vehicle, and how is this corrected?

Axle hubs can indeed impact the alignment of a vehicle, and any alignment issues arising from the axle hubs should be corrected to ensure optimal vehicle handling, tire wear, and overall safety. Here’s a detailed explanation:

An axle hub is a critical component that connects the wheel assembly to the vehicle’s suspension. It houses the wheel bearings and provides the mounting point for the wheel. If an axle hub is damaged, worn, or improperly installed, it can lead to misalignment issues. Here are a few ways axle hubs can impact vehicle alignment:

  • Bearing Wear: Axle hubs contain wheel bearings that allow the wheels to rotate smoothly. If the bearings are worn or damaged, they can introduce play or uneven movement in the wheel assembly. This can result in misalignment, causing the vehicle to pull to one side or affect the camber, toe, or caster angles.
  • Improper Installation: If an axle hub is not installed correctly, it can introduce misalignment issues. For example, if the hub is not tightened to the specified torque or if the mounting surfaces are not properly cleaned, it can result in uneven pressure distribution and misalignment.
  • Impact Damage: Axle hubs can get damaged due to accidents, hitting potholes, or other impacts. Any deformation or misalignment of the axle hub can affect the alignment of the wheel assembly.

To correct alignment issues caused by axle hubs, the following steps are typically taken:

  1. Inspection: A thorough inspection of the axle hubs is conducted to identify any damage, wear, or improper installation. This may involve removing the wheels and visually examining the axle hubs for signs of damage or wear.
  2. Replacement: If the axle hubs are found to be damaged, worn, or improperly installed, they need to be replaced. Replacement axle hubs should be sourced from reputable manufacturers or OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) suppliers to ensure proper fit and alignment.
  3. Wheel Alignment: After replacing the axle hubs, a wheel alignment procedure is necessary to correct any misalignment caused by the previous issues. This typically involves adjusting the camber, toe, and caster angles to the manufacturer’s specifications using specialized alignment equipment.
  4. Additional Repairs: In some cases, axle hub-related alignment issues may have caused additional damage to suspension components or steering linkage. These components should be inspected and repaired as needed to ensure proper alignment and functionality.

It’s important to note that correcting alignment issues caused by axle hubs generally requires the expertise of a qualified mechanic or alignment specialist. They have the necessary knowledge, experience, and equipment to accurately diagnose and rectify alignment problems associated with axle hubs.

In summary, axle hubs can impact the alignment of a vehicle. Issues such as bearing wear, improper installation, or impact damage can introduce misalignment. To correct these alignment issues, a thorough inspection of the axle hubs is conducted, followed by replacement if necessary. Afterward, a wheel alignment procedure is performed to adjust the angles to the manufacturer’s specifications. Professional assistance from a qualified mechanic or alignment specialist is recommended to ensure accurate diagnosis and proper correction of axle hub-related alignment issues.

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China OEM Rear Axle Wheel Bearing Kits Vkba6572 for Citroen FIAT Peugeot Auto Car Parts Wheel Hub axle end caps

Product Description

Product Description

Item Name

Wheel hub bearing kit 

Material

  Chrome steel Gcr15

Size

   Rim Hole Number: 5
   Flange Ø: 143.2 mm
   Inspection   1.2 VKBA523 482A/472 VKBA 5038 35BWD16 VKM14103

 

Company Profile

ZheJiang Mighty Machinery Co. Ltd is a professional manufacturer of auto bearings for more than 20 years. We provide a one-stop service for our customers. Our main products include wheel bearings & hub assembly, belt tensioners, clutch release bearings, and other parts.

Relying on the professional and rich manufacturing experience and many substantial factories which stable cooperated for many years, Mighty suppliers customers high-quality products at very competitive prices.

 

Customer’s satisfaction is our First Priority, We adhere to the concept of ” Quality First, Customer First”. We will continue to provide high-quality products and the best services to our customers and build up CZPT long-time friendship partners.

 

Our Advantages

More than 20 years of manufacturing and exporting experience
OEM manufacturing available
Full range, large stock
Quickly feedback
One year warranty
One-stop service
On-time delivery

Packaging & Shipping

FAQ

1. What’s the minimum order quantity?

We don’t have the minimum order quantity. We can also provide free samples, but you need to pay the freight.

     
 2. Do you provide ODM&OEM order service?

Yes, we provide ODM&OEM services to customers around the world, and we can customize different brands and different sizes of packaging boxes according to customers’ requirements.

     
3. After-sales service and warranty time

We guarantee that our products will be free from defects in materials and workmanship within 12 months from the date of delivery. The warranty is void due to improper use, incorrect installation, and physical damage.
 

4. How to place an order?

Send us an email of the models, brand, quantity, consignee information, model of transportation, and payment
Confirm payment and arrange the production.
 

5. What are your packing conditions?

We use standardized export packaging and environmental protection packaging materials. If you have a legally registered patent, we will package the goods in your brand box after receiving your authorization

6. What are your payment terms?

T/T is 30% of the payment in advance and 70% balance before delivery. Before you pay the balance, we will show you photos or videos of the products and packaging.
 

7. How long is your delivery time?

The delivery time of sample order is 3-5 days, and that of a batch order is 5-45 days. The exact delivery time depends on the item and the quantity you ordered.
 

8. Do you test all products before delivery?
Yes, according to ISO standards, we have professional Q/C personnel, precision testing instruments, and an internal inspection system. We control the quality of every process from material receiving to packaging to ensure that you receive high-quality products

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After-sales Service: One Year
Warranty: One Year
Type: Wheel Hub Bearing
Material: Chrome Steel
Tolerance: P5
Certification: ISO9001, TS16949
Samples:
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axle hub

What is the primary function of an axle hub in a vehicle’s wheel assembly?

The primary function of an axle hub in a vehicle’s wheel assembly is to connect the wheel to the axle and provide a mounting point for the wheel bearings. Here’s a detailed explanation of the primary functions of an axle hub:

1. Wheel Mounting:

The axle hub serves as the component that connects the wheel to the vehicle’s axle. It is typically a cylindrical or disc-shaped structure located at the center of the wheel assembly. The hub contains bolt holes or studs that align with the corresponding holes or studs on the wheel, allowing for secure attachment and proper alignment of the wheel.

2. Bearing Support:

The axle hub provides a mounting point for the wheel bearings. Wheel bearings are crucial components that allow the wheel to rotate smoothly while supporting the weight of the vehicle. The hub contains a bearing race or races, which are machined surfaces that support the inner and outer wheel bearings. The bearings fit snugly into the hub and enable the wheel to rotate freely around the axle.

3. Load Transmission:

Another important function of the axle hub is to transmit the load from the wheel to the axle. As the vehicle moves, various forces act on the wheel, including the weight of the vehicle, acceleration and braking forces, and lateral forces during turns. The axle hub, along with the wheel bearings, helps distribute and transfer these forces from the wheel to the axle, allowing for smooth and controlled movement of the vehicle.

4. Hub Assembly Integration:

In many vehicles, the axle hub integrates with other components of the wheel assembly. For example, it may have provisions for attaching the brake rotor or drum, which are essential for the vehicle’s braking system. In vehicles with front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, the axle hub may also incorporate features for connecting the CV (constant velocity) joint or driveshaft, allowing for power transmission to the wheels.

5. Wheel Alignment:

The axle hub plays a role in maintaining proper wheel alignment. The hub’s design and dimensions are critical in ensuring that the wheel is centered and aligned correctly with the vehicle’s suspension system. Proper wheel alignment is essential for optimal handling, tire wear, and overall vehicle performance.

In summary, the primary function of an axle hub in a vehicle’s wheel assembly is to connect the wheel to the axle and provide a mounting point for the wheel bearings. It facilitates the secure attachment of the wheel, supports the wheel bearings for smooth rotation, transmits loads from the wheel to the axle, integrates with other components of the wheel assembly, and contributes to proper wheel alignment. The axle hub is a critical component that enables safe and efficient operation of the vehicle’s wheels.

axle hub

Where can I find a comprehensive guide for DIY replacement of an axle hub?

If you are looking for a comprehensive guide to assist you with the DIY (Do-It-Yourself) replacement of an axle hub, there are several reliable sources you can refer to. Here’s a detailed explanation:

  • Manufacturer’s Service Manual: The first and most authoritative source of information for any vehicle repair or maintenance task is the manufacturer’s service manual. The service manual provides detailed instructions, diagrams, and specifications specific to your vehicle’s make, model, and year. It covers all aspects of the vehicle, including axle hub replacement procedures. You can usually obtain the manufacturer’s service manual from the vehicle manufacturer’s official website or through authorized dealerships.
  • Online Repair Guides: Many reputable automotive websites and forums offer comprehensive online repair guides. These guides often include step-by-step instructions, accompanied by photographs or illustrations, to help you through the process of replacing an axle hub. Some websites compile user-contributed guides, while others are created by automotive professionals. Popular sources for online repair guides include AutoZone, RepairPal, and iFixit.
  • Video Tutorials: Video tutorials can be invaluable resources for visual learners. Websites like YouTube host a wide range of DIY automotive repair videos that cover various tasks, including axle hub replacement. Watching a video tutorial can provide a clear demonstration of the required steps, tools, and techniques involved in the process. You can search for specific video tutorials by using keywords such as “DIY axle hub replacement” along with your vehicle’s make and model.
  • Automotive Forums: Online automotive forums are communities where enthusiasts and professionals share knowledge and experiences. Forums like Reddit’s r/MechanicAdvice, Automotive Forums, or specific forums dedicated to your vehicle’s make or model can be excellent sources of information. You can search or post questions specific to axle hub replacement, and experienced members may provide detailed guidance, tips, or even links to comprehensive guides they have found useful.
  • Library Resources: Public libraries often have a selection of automotive repair manuals and guides available for borrowing. These printed resources can provide comprehensive instructions and illustrations for various repair tasks, including axle hub replacement. Look for repair manuals specific to your vehicle’s make, model, and year in the automotive section of your local library.

When using any guide or resource for DIY repairs, it’s important to exercise caution and ensure your own safety. Follow all recommended safety procedures, use the appropriate tools, and take necessary precautions. If you are unsure or uncomfortable with any aspect of the repair process, it is advisable to seek assistance from a qualified mechanic or professional technician.

In summary, a comprehensive guide for DIY replacement of an axle hub can be found in various sources such as the manufacturer’s service manual, online repair guides, video tutorials, automotive forums, and library resources. These resources provide step-by-step instructions and guidance to help you successfully replace an axle hub. Remember to prioritize safety and seek professional help if needed.

axle hub

How do changes in wheel offset affect the angles and performance of axle hubs?

Changes in wheel offset can have a significant impact on the angles and performance of axle hubs. Here’s a detailed explanation:

Wheel offset refers to the distance between the centerline of the wheel and the mounting surface. It determines how far the wheel and tire assembly will be positioned in relation to the axle hub. There are three types of wheel offsets: positive offset, zero offset, and negative offset.

Here’s how changes in wheel offset can affect the angles and performance of axle hubs:

  • Camber Angle: Camber angle refers to the inward or outward tilt of the wheel when viewed from the front of the vehicle. Changes in wheel offset can impact the camber angle. Increasing positive offset or reducing negative offset typically results in more positive camber, while increasing negative offset or reducing positive offset leads to more negative camber. Improper camber angle can cause uneven tire wear, reduced traction, and handling issues.
  • Track Width: Wheel offset affects the track width, which is the distance between the centerlines of the left and right wheels. Wider track width can improve stability and cornering performance. Increasing positive offset or reducing negative offset generally widens the track width, while increasing negative offset or reducing positive offset narrows it.
  • Steering Geometry: Changes in wheel offset also impact the steering geometry of the vehicle. Altering the offset can affect the scrub radius, which is the distance between the tire contact patch and the steering axis. Changes in scrub radius can influence steering effort, feedback, and stability. It’s important to maintain the appropriate scrub radius for optimal handling and performance.
  • Wheel Bearing Load: Wheel offset affects the load applied to the wheel bearings. Increasing positive offset or reducing negative offset generally increases the load on the inner wheel bearing, while increasing negative offset or reducing positive offset increases the load on the outer wheel bearing. Proper wheel bearing load is crucial for their longevity and performance.
  • Clearance and Interference: Changes in wheel offset can also impact the clearance between the wheel and suspension components or bodywork. Insufficient clearance due to excessive positive offset or inadequate clearance due to excessive negative offset can lead to rubbing, interference, or potential damage to the axle hub, suspension parts, or bodywork.

It’s important to note that any changes in wheel offset should be done within the manufacturer’s recommended specifications or in consultation with knowledgeable professionals. Deviating from the recommended wheel offset can lead to adverse effects on the axle hub angles and performance, as well as other aspects of the vehicle’s handling and safety.

When modifying wheel offset, it is crucial to consider the overall impact on the vehicle’s suspension geometry, clearance, and alignment. It may be necessary to make corresponding adjustments to maintain proper alignment angles, such as camber, toe, and caster, to ensure optimal tire wear, handling, and performance.

In summary, changes in wheel offset can have a significant impact on the angles and performance of axle hubs. They can affect camber angles, track width, steering geometry, wheel bearing load, and clearance. It is important to adhere to manufacturer’s specifications and consult with knowledgeable professionals when considering changes in wheel offset to ensure proper alignment, optimal performance, and safe operation of the vehicle.

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China Professional Automotive Parts Rear Axle Wheel Bearing Hub 512151 Br930145 for Buick Century 1997-2003 dexter axle

Product Description

Product Description

A wheel bearing is applied to the automotive axle to load and provide accurate CZPT components for the rotation of the wheel hub, both bearing axial load and radial load. It has good performance to installation, omitted clearance, lightweight, compact structure, large load capacity, for the sealed bearing prior to loading, ellipsis external wheel grease seal and from maintenance, etc. And wheel bearing has been widely used in cars, trucks.

 

An Auto wheel bearing is the main usage bearing and provides an accurate CZPT to the rotation of the wheel hub. Under axial and radial load, it is a very important component. It is developed on the basis of standardized angular contact ball bearings and tapered roller bearings.
 

Features: 

 A. auto wheel hub bearings are adopted with international superior raw material and high-class grease from USA Shell grease. 

B.The series auto wheel hub bearings are in the nature of frame structure, lightweight, large rated burden, strong resistant capability, thermostability, good dustproof performance and etc. 

C. Auto wheel hub bearing can be endured bidirectional axial load and major radial load and sealed bearings are unnecessary to add lubricant additives upon assembly. 

Product Parameters

Item Automotive parts Rear axle wheel bearing hub 512151 BR930145 for BUICK CENTURY 1997-2003

Fitting position

Rear Axle left and right
Parameter Rear Axle
Flange Diameter: 5.92 In.
Bolt Circle Diameter: 4.528 In.
Wheel Pilot Diameter: 2.76 In.
Brake Pilot Diameter: 2.78 In.
Flange Offset: 2.565 In.
Hub Pilot Diameter: 2.83 In.
Hub Bolt Circle Diameter: 4 In. Bolt Size: M12X1.5
Bolt Quantity: 5 Bolt
Hole qty: 4
Flange Shape: RECTANGULAR
ABS Sensor: Has ABS with Integral Sensor
Number of Splines: N/A
ABS Sensor Yes
Package 1,barreled package+outer carton+pallets 
2,plastic bag+single box+outer carton+pallets 
3,tube package+middle box+outer carton+pallets 
4, According to your’s requirement
Quality Control We have a complete process for production and quality assurance to make sure our products can meet your requirement.
1. Assembly
2. Windage test
3. Cleaning
4. Rotary test
5. Greasing and gland
6. Noise inspection
7. Appearance inspection
8. Rust prevention

 

Detailed Photos


OE No.

7467127
7470609
7470610

Ref. No.

512151
RW8151
BR930145
512151
HA590074
 

Applicable Models (Please contact us for more details)
 

Year Make Model Engine
2003 Buick Century 3.1L 189Cu. In. V6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
2002 Buick Century 3.1L 189Cu. In. V6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
2002 Buick Century 3.1L 189Cu. In. V6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
2001 Buick Century 3.1L 189Cu. In. V6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
2001 Buick Century 3.1L 189Cu. In. V6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
2001 Chevrolet Lumina 3.1L 189Cu. In. V6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
2000 Buick Century 3.1L 189Cu. In. V6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
2000 Buick Century 3.1L 189Cu. In. V6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
2000 Chevrolet Lumina 3.1L 189Cu. In. V6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
1999 Buick Century 3.1L 189Cu. In. V6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
1999 Buick Century 3.1L 189Cu. In. V6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
1999 Chevrolet Lumina 3.1L 189Cu. In. V6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
1999 Chevrolet Lumina 3.8L 3800CC 231Cu. In. V6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
1999 Chevrolet Lumina 3.1L 189Cu. In. V6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
1999 Chevrolet Lumina 3.8L 3800CC 231Cu. In. V6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
1999 Chevrolet Lumina 3.1L 189Cu. In. V6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
1999 Chevrolet Lumina 3.8L 3800CC 231Cu. In. V6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
1999 Chevrolet Monte Carlo 3.8L 3800CC 231Cu. In. V6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
1999 Chevrolet Monte Carlo 3.1L 189Cu. In. V6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
1999 Chevrolet Monte Carlo 3.8L 3800CC 231Cu. In. V6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated

 

Other Model List Reference( Please contact us for more details)

Ref. No Ref. No Ref. No Car Model
512000 BR930053 512000 Saturn S Series
512179 BR930071 512179 Acura
513098 FW156 513098 Acura
513033 BR93571 513033 Acura Integra
513105 BR930113 513105 Acura Integra
512012 BR935718 512012 Audi TT
513125 BR930161 513125 BMW 318
513017K BR93571K 513017K Buick  Skyhawk
512244 BR930075 HA590073 Buick Allure
513203 BR930184 HA590076/ HA590085 Buick Allure
512078 BR930078 512078 Buick Century
512150 BR930075 512150 Buick Century
512151 BR930145 512151 Buick Century
512237 BR930075 512237 Buick Century
513018 BR930026 513018 Buick Century
513121 BR930148 Threaded Hub/BR930548K 513121 Buick Century
513160 BR930184 513160 Buick Century
513179 BR930149/930548K 513179 Buick Century
513011K BR930091K 513011K Buick Century
513016K BR930571K 513016K Buick Century
513062 BR930068 513062 Buick Electra
512003 BR930074 512003 Buick Lesabre
513088 BR930077 513088 Buick LeSabre
513087 BR930076 513087 Buick Park Ave
512004 BR930096 512004 Buick Regal
513044 BR930083K 513044 Buick Regal
513187 BR930149/930548K 513187 Buick Rendevous
513013 BR930052K 513013 Buick Riviera
513012 BR930093 513012 Buick Skyhawk
512001 BR930070 512001 Buick Skylark
515053 BR93571 SP450301 Cadillac Escalade
515571 BR930346 SP550307 Cadillac Esclade
513164 BR930169 HA596467 Cadillac Catera
515036 BR930304 SP500300 cadillac Escalade
515005 BR930265 515005 Chevy Astro
515019 BR935719 SP550308 Chevy Astro
513200 BR930497 SP450300 Chevy Blazer
513090 BR930186 513090 Chevy Camaro
513204 BR935716 HA590068 Chevy Colbalt
512229 BR930327 512229 Chevy Equinox
512230 BR930328 512230 Chevy Equinox
512152 BR930098 512152 Chevy Fleet Classic
513137 BR930080 513137 Chevy Fleet Classic
513215 BR93571 HA590071 Chevy Malibu
518507 BR930300K 518507 Chevy Prizm
515054   SP550306 Chevy Silverado
515058 BR93571 SP58571 Chevy Silverado
513193 BR930308 513193 Chevy Tracker
513124 BR930097 513124 Chevy/GMC
515018   HA591339 Chevy/GMC
515015 BR930406 SP580302/580303 Chevy/GMC  20/2500
515016   SP580300 Chevy/GMC  20/2500
515001 BR930094 515001 Chevy/GMC All K Series
515002 BR930035 515002 Chevy/GMC K Series
515041 BR930406 SP580302/580303 Chevy/GMC K1500
515048     Chevy/GMC K1500
515055     Chevy/GMC K1500
515037     Chevy/GMC K3500
513061 BR930064 513061 Chevy/GMC S15 Jimmy
512133 BR930176 512133 Chrysler Cirrus
512154 BR930194 512154 Chrysler Cirrus
512220 BR930199 512220 Chrysler Cirrus
513138 BR930138 513138 Chrysler Cirrus
512571 BR930188 / 189 512571 Chrysler Concorde
513089 BR930190K 513089 Chrysler Concorde
518501 BR930001 518001 Chrysler E Class
518502 BR930002 518502 Chrysler E Class
513075 BR930013 513075 Chrysler Le Baron
518500 BR930000 518500 Chrysler LeBaron
513123 BR935715 513123 Chrysler Prowler
512167 BR930173 512167 Chrysler PT Cruiser
512136 BR930172 512136 Chrysler Sebring
512157 BR930066 512157 Chrysler Town & Country
512169 BR935718 512169 Chrysler Town & Country
512170 BR935719 512170 Chrysler Town & Country
513074 BR930571K 513074 Chrysler Town & Country
513122 BR935716 513122 Chrysler Town & Country
512155 BR930069 512155 Chrysler Town Country
512156 BR930067 512156 Chrysler Town Country

A wide range of applications:

• agriculture and forestry equipment
• automotive and industrial gearboxes
• automotive and truck electric components, such as alternators
• electric motors
• fluid machinery
• material handling
• power tools and household appliances
• textile machinery
• two Wheeler

Company Profile

Our Advantages

1.ISO Standard

2.Bearing Small order accepted

3.In Stock bearing

4.OEM bearing service

5.Professional Technical Support

6.Timely pre-sale service
7.Competitive price
8.Full range of products on auto bearings
9.Punctual Delivery
11.Excellent after-sale service
 

Packaging & Shipping

 

Packaging Details 1 piece in a single box
50 boxes in a carton
20 cartons in a pallet
Nearest Port ZheJiang or HangZhou
Lead Time For stock parts: 1-5 days.
If no stock parts:
<200 pcs: 15-30 days
≥200 pcs: to be negotiated.

 

FAQ

If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us as follows:

 

Q: Why did you choose us?

1. We provide the best quality bearings with reasonable prices, low friction, low noise, and long service life.

2. With sufficient stock and fast delivery, you can choose our freight forwarder or your freight forwarder.

 

Q: Do you accept small orders?

100% quality check, once your bearings are standard size bearings, even one, we also accept.

 

Q: How long is your delivery time?

Generally speaking, if the goods are in stock, it is 1-3 days. If the goods are out of stock, it will take 6-10 days, depending on the quantity of the order.

 

Q: Do you provide samples? Is it free or extra?

Yes, we can provide a small number of free samples. 

 

Q: What should I do if I don’t see the type of bearings I need?

We have too many bearing series numbers. Just send us the inquiry and we will be very happy to send you the bearing details.

Q: Could you accept OEM and customize?
A: Yes, we can customize for you according to sample or drawing, but, pls provide us technical data, such as dimension and mark.

Contact Us 

After-sales Service: 1 Year / 30000-50000kms
Warranty: 1 Year / 30000-50000kms
Type: Wheel Hub Bearing
Material: Gcr15/65mn/55
Tolerance: P0 P6 P4 P5 P2
Certification: TS16949
Samples:
US$ 17/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

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Customization:
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axle hub

What steps are involved in the proper removal and installation of an axle hub assembly?

Properly removing and installing an axle hub assembly requires a systematic approach and the use of appropriate tools. Here are the detailed steps involved in the process:

  1. Gather the necessary tools: Before starting the removal and installation process, gather the required tools and equipment. This may include a jack, jack stands, lug wrench, socket set, torque wrench, pry bar, hammer, and a suitable wheel bearing grease.
  2. Prepare the vehicle: Park the vehicle on a flat surface and engage the parking brake. If necessary, loosen the lug nuts on the wheel associated with the axle hub assembly, but do not remove them yet.
  3. Jack up the vehicle: Use a jack to lift the vehicle off the ground at a suitable jacking point. Place jack stands under the vehicle to provide additional support and ensure safety. Carefully lower the vehicle onto the jack stands.
  4. Remove the wheel: Completely remove the lug nuts and take off the wheel to access the axle hub assembly.
  5. Disconnect brake components: Depending on the specific vehicle, there may be brake components attached to the axle hub assembly. This can include brake calipers, brake pads, and brake rotors. Follow the appropriate procedure to disconnect these components, which may involve removing caliper bolts, brake pad retaining clips, or rotor retaining screws.
  6. Disconnect the axle: If the axle shaft is connected to the axle hub assembly, disconnect it by removing the retaining nut or bolts. This step may vary depending on the type of axle and vehicle.
  7. Remove the axle hub assembly: The axle hub assembly is typically secured to the steering knuckle or suspension component by bolts or studs. Use the appropriate tools to remove these fasteners and carefully detach the axle hub assembly from the vehicle. In some cases, the assembly may be tight and require the use of a pry bar or hammer to gently separate it from the mounting point.
  8. Clean and inspect: Once the axle hub assembly is removed, clean the mounting surface on the steering knuckle or suspension component. Inspect the mounting area for any damage or corrosion that may affect the installation of the new axle hub assembly. Also, inspect the axle shaft and surrounding components for any signs of damage or wear.
  9. Install the new axle hub assembly: Apply a thin layer of wheel bearing grease to the mounting surface of the steering knuckle or suspension component. Carefully align the new axle hub assembly with the mounting holes and slide it into place. Install the bolts or studs and tighten them according to the manufacturer’s specifications. If there are any retaining nuts or bolts for the axle shaft, reinstall them and torque them to the recommended values.
  10. Reconnect brake components: Reinstall any brake components that were disconnected, such as brake calipers, brake pads, and brake rotors. Make sure to follow the correct procedure and torque specifications for these components.
  11. Reinstall the wheel: Put the wheel back onto the vehicle and hand-tighten the lug nuts. Lower the vehicle from the jack stands using a jack, and then use a torque wrench to tighten the lug nuts to the manufacturer’s recommended torque specification.
  12. Test and verify: Once the axle hub assembly is installed and all components are properly reconnected, take the vehicle for a test drive. Pay attention to any unusual noises, vibrations, or handling issues. Verify that the axle hub assembly is functioning correctly and that there are no leaks or other problems.

It’s important to note that the specific steps and procedures may vary depending on the vehicle make and model. Always consult the vehicle’s service manual or seek professional assistance if you are unsure about any aspect of the removal and installation process.

In summary, the proper removal and installation of an axle hub assembly involve gathering the necessary tools, preparing the vehicle, jacking up the vehicle, removing the wheel, disconnecting brake components and the axle, removing the old axle hub assembly, cleaning and inspecting, installing the new assembly, reconnecting brake components, reinstalling the wheel, and finally testing and verifying the functionality of the axle hub assembly.

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Are there specific tools required for DIY axle hub replacement, and where can I find them?

When undertaking a DIY axle hub replacement, certain tools are needed to ensure a smooth and successful process. Here are some specific tools that are commonly required for DIY axle hub replacement and where you can find them:

  • Jack and jack stands: These tools are essential for raising the vehicle off the ground and providing a stable support system. You can find jacks and jack stands at automotive supply stores, hardware stores, and online retailers.
  • Lug wrench or socket set: A lug wrench or a socket set with the appropriate size socket is necessary to loosen and tighten the lug nuts on the wheel. These tools are commonly available at automotive supply stores, hardware stores, and online retailers.
  • Torque wrench: A torque wrench is required to tighten the lug nuts on the wheel and other fasteners to the manufacturer’s recommended torque specifications. Torque wrenches can be found at automotive supply stores, tool stores, and online retailers.
  • Pry bar: A pry bar is useful for gently separating the axle hub assembly from the mounting point, especially if it is tightly secured. Pry bars are available at automotive supply stores, hardware stores, and online retailers.
  • Hammer: A hammer can be used to tap or lightly strike the axle hub assembly or its components for removal or installation. Hammers are commonly available at hardware stores, tool stores, and online retailers.
  • Wheel bearing grease: High-quality wheel bearing grease is necessary for lubricating the axle hub assembly and ensuring smooth operation. Wheel bearing grease can be purchased at automotive supply stores, lubricant suppliers, and online retailers.
  • Additional tools: Depending on the specific vehicle and axle hub assembly, you may require additional tools such as a socket set, wrenches, pliers, or specific specialty tools. Consult the vehicle’s service manual or online resources for the specific tools needed for your vehicle model.

To find these tools, you can visit local automotive supply stores, hardware stores, or tool stores in your area. They typically carry a wide range of automotive tools and equipment. Alternatively, you can explore online retailers that specialize in automotive tools and equipment, where you can conveniently browse and purchase the tools you need.

It’s important to ensure that the tools you acquire are of good quality and suitable for the task at hand. Investing in quality tools can make the DIY axle hub replacement process more efficient and help achieve better results. Additionally, always follow the manufacturer’s instructions and safety guidelines when using tools and equipment.

In summary, specific tools are required for DIY axle hub replacement, such as a jack and jack stands, lug wrench or socket set, torque wrench, pry bar, hammer, and wheel bearing grease. These tools can be found at automotive supply stores, hardware stores, tool stores, and online retailers. Acquiring quality tools and following proper safety guidelines will contribute to a successful DIY axle hub replacement.

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What is the importance of proper lubrication in maintaining a healthy axle hub?

Proper lubrication plays a crucial role in maintaining a healthy axle hub and ensuring its optimal performance and longevity. Here’s a detailed explanation:

An axle hub consists of several components, including wheel bearings, seals, and other internal parts. These components are subjected to high loads, friction, and heat generated during normal vehicle operation. Lubrication is essential to reduce friction, dissipate heat, and provide a protective barrier between moving parts. Here are the key reasons why proper lubrication is important for maintaining a healthy axle hub:

  • Reduced Friction: Adequate lubrication reduces friction between the moving parts of the axle hub. This minimizes wear and tear on the components and helps them operate smoothly. By reducing friction, proper lubrication helps prevent premature failure of critical parts, such as the wheel bearings.
  • Heat Dissipation: Axle hubs generate heat during operation due to the friction between the rotating components. The lubricant acts as a coolant, helping to dissipate heat and prevent excessive temperature buildup. Proper lubrication ensures that the heat is effectively managed, preventing overheating and potential damage to the axle hub.
  • Corrosion Prevention: Axle hubs are exposed to various environmental elements, including moisture, dirt, and road contaminants. These can lead to corrosion and rust, compromising the performance and structural integrity of the axle hub. Lubrication creates a protective barrier, preventing moisture and contaminants from reaching the critical components and reducing the risk of corrosion.
  • Seal Integrity: Proper lubrication helps maintain the integrity of the seals in the axle hub. Seals play a vital role in preventing the entry of contaminants and retaining the lubricant within the hub assembly. Insufficient lubrication can cause the seals to deteriorate prematurely, leading to lubricant leakage and potential damage to the axle hub.
  • Noise Reduction: Well-lubricated axle hubs operate quietly. The lubricant creates a cushioning effect, reducing noise and vibrations generated by the rotating components. This helps provide a comfortable and quiet driving experience.

It’s important to note that different axle hubs may require specific types of lubricants, such as grease or oil, depending on the design and manufacturer’s recommendations. Using the correct lubricant and following the specified lubrication intervals are crucial for maintaining a healthy axle hub. Over-lubrication or under-lubrication can lead to issues such as excess heat buildup, component damage, or inadequate protection.

Regular maintenance and inspection of the axle hub, including checking the lubricant level and quality, are essential. If any signs of contamination, leakage, or inadequate lubrication are observed, appropriate action should be taken, such as replenishing or replacing the lubricant and addressing any underlying issues.

In summary, proper lubrication is vital for maintaining a healthy axle hub. It reduces friction, dissipates heat, prevents corrosion, maintains seal integrity, and reduces noise. Adequate lubrication ensures smooth operation, prolongs the lifespan of the components, and helps prevent premature failures. Following the manufacturer’s recommendations regarding lubricant type and maintenance intervals is crucial for optimal axle hub performance and longevity.

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editor by CX 2023-12-11