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My front wheel bearings are getting a bit noisy and I'm getting odd wear on the outside of one tyre, so I'll replace the bearings in the next few weeks. Hubs on ebay range from about £35 each to about £120 (GSF - drops to under £100 from their website with discount code). Can anyone recommend a decent replacement. I want one that will be quiet and last a reasonable time, and that comes with the correct size nut & bolts.

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My front wheel bearings are getting a bit noisy and I'm getting odd wear on the outside of one tyre, so I'll replace the bearings in the next few weeks. Hubs on ebay range from about £35 each to about £120 (GSF - drops to under £100 from their website with discount code). Can anyone recommend a decent replacement. I want one that will be quiet and last a reasonable time, and that comes with the correct size nut & bolts.

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Check out Autodoc dot co dot UK *** bearing kits Article Number 713644920. They have other brands too.
 

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Check out Autodoc dot co dot UK *** bearing kits Article Number 713644920. They have other brands too.
The brand starts with F and ends with G there is an A in the middle. They have been trading under that name for a century but the stupid software stops me posting it.
 

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You are right to ask for the right one. The hub nuts are 'thread stretch' type and should be use-once. I paid the piper and bought the nuts alone from the dealer to avoid the complications.
 
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