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Old 09-20-2010, 01:47 AM
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Front wheel bearing kit is available at AllPartsExpress (forum sponsors):
http://www.allpartsexpress.com/item.wws?sku=MBZ011516&itempk=64211&mfr=Rein&weight=1.04
Buying separately is cheaper, but may cost more $ in shipping. Play with the cart:
http://www.allpartsexpress.com/item.wws?sku=NIS032832&itempk=56194&mfr=Koyo&weight=0.66
http://www.allpartsexpress.com/item.wws?sku=NIS032912&itempk=56195&mfr=Koyo&weight=0.28
http://www.allpartsexpress.com/ShopByVehicle.epc?q=1968-MERCEDES--BENZ---0d--/--L4_--.--l_diesel-Axle--Driveshaft&yearid=1968&makeid=MERCEDES+BENZ%40%40MERCEDES+BENZ%40%40X&engineid=1403996%40%40220D++%2F+L4_2.2L_DIESEL%40%40220D&catid=Axle+%26+Driveshaft&subcatid=Front%20Wheel%20Seal&mode=PA

I don't know if the hub is sold new, you can call Toll-Free 1-888-333-4642 to find out. You may need to find a used one, or if you want new, contact the classic center in Irvine CA.

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Old 09-20-2010, 10:31 AM
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Awesome, thanks Tom! I think i'll order 2 wheel bearing kits.. Do you know if it will come with installation instructions? If not, do you perhaps know where i can find such instructions? Thanks again, and yeah - i figured there would be a site sponsor that would might carry it, just didn't know which links to click.
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Fitting these successfully is something which needs to be done with care.
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Old 09-21-2010, 09:52 AM
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Yeah, it certainly looks like it... hmmmm. What book is that information from? I'd really like to own a shop manual for the benz, for times exactly like this. Do you have any high resolution images of the wheel bearing replacement section? Or know where i can get the same book online? Thanks guys, i do appreciate it!
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Old 09-21-2010, 04:57 PM
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You won't find this in paper very easily($$$$) but the mercedes Classic Center in Irvine.Ca. sells it in CD form for around $20US. If you do your own work you Must buy one .

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