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How Much Does a Wheel Hub Cost?


 
 

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How Much Does a Wheel Hub Cost?

 

Car repair and tune ups are always needed at some point in your car’s life. With time and usage components become worn out and inefficient. The wheels are obviously one of the most heavily used parts, so maintaining a solid connection between the wheels and the car chassis is very important for a smooth ride.

 

 

Diagnosing a Failing Wheel Hub


There are two main components that might need replacing. It could just be a worn out wheel bearing, which serves to reduce friction and support the weight of the car. If the bearings become loose and worn out, you will hear a rubbing or grinding noise. This indicates a need for repair or replacing the parts.


However, the issue could be with the entire wheel hub assembly, which joins the wheel to the vehicle. A faulty wheel hub will make a grinding sound, when driving your vehicle forwards. In many cars the hub assembly is also connected to the anti-lock braking system. So if the ABS lights turn on, this could be because of a failing wheel hub.

 


Labor and Part Costs


The cost of a wheel hub (assembly or bearings) can start from as low as $60 and go well over a hundred dollars. The make and model of your car, will determine the exact price.

 

Before replacing the wheel hub bearings make sure to double-checked if it is the front or rear bearings and whether it is on the left or right. It’s easy to mix it up and accidentally replace the wrong one. You don’t want to end up paying twice for a simple job.

 


How to Save Money on a Wheel Hub


You might be used to the convenience of buying replacements parts directly from the mechanic. But with the right know-how, you can save a lot of money on car parts by purchasing from online stores. Then after you buy the wheel hubs from us, take them back to your mechanic for install, and only pay them for labor.  You can save hundreds, sometimes even thousands by doing this.

 

 

Find Your Wheel Hub

 

To find the correct wheel hub that is guaranteed to fit your car at an unbeatable price, use the Year, Make, and Model search at the top left of this page.  If you find the wheel hub cheaper somewhere else, give one of our US based auto specialists a call and we will match that price, 1-888-907-7225. All wheel hub orders over $50 come with Free Shipping and an industry leading warranty.

 

 

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