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I was in an accident. Driver side front bumper of a suburban hit my passenger side and clipped my rear 22" wheel. Snapped right off. The bearing was in perfect condition. I bought a new axle which came with bearing, seal and wheel bolts so I went ahead and replaced the bearing. I had a hard time finding this specific differential in my area so I decided to restore it. Replacing drums, brakes, springs, cylinders, gasket, gear oil, u-joints, seal, bearing, bolts and paint.

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I was in an accident. Driver side front bumper of a suburban hit my passenger side and clipped my rear 22" wheel. Snapped right off. The bearing was in perfect condition. I bought a new axle which came with bearing, seal and wheel bolts so I went ahead and replaced the bearing. I had a hard time finding this specific differential in my area so I decided to restore it. Replacing drums, brakes, springs, cylinders, gasket, gear oil, u-joints, seal, bearing, bolts and paint.

That is what is good about a cylindrical roller bearing, they can actucally handle an axial load.
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