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Old November 8th, 2019
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Anyone need front & rear Hub Bearings?

I have for sale 2 front Hub Bearings and 2 rear Hub Bearings, both with ABS sensors. These are not cheap imports, these are Heavy Duty hub bearings from Detroit Axle with a 10 year warranty. I purchased these for my son’s Oldsmobile Intrigue, but he sold it before I got them installed. They are brand new, still in the box. They will fit a long list of GM cars with ABS, such as: Impala, Uplander/Venture, La Crosse, Terraza, Aztek, Monte Carlo, Grand Prix, Intrigue, Regal to name a few. You can check if your vehicle is on the list from Detroit Axle’s ebay listing (I can send you links via email).

(2) Front Hub Bearings, # K513121

(2) Rear Hub Bearings, # K512150

$75 plus shipping (or local pick up) for all four (4) hubs

If interested, here is the craigslist ad: https://thumb.craigslist.org/pts/7014302940.html

Here is my email: abartle@glis.net
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