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Wheel Hub Assembly

Wheel Hub Assembly

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guaranteed exact fit
We've reviewed over 1,000,000 fitments to guarantee exact fit.
Wheel Hub Assembly

Wheel Hub Assembly

Wheel Hub Assembly

Wheel Hub Assembly - Find Wheel Hubs, Replacement Parts & More at

The wheel hub assembly is one of the most commonly misunderstood parts on the market today. Some people confuse the rotor with wheel hubs, while others think the axle is part of the wheel hub assembly. Actually, in the most simple terms, all of the components between the drive axle and the brakes (either disc or drum style) are considered part of the wheel hub.

On the axle side of the assembly, the wheel hub mounts to the car's chassis. On the opposite (brake) side, the wheel hub's bolts serve as your tire's primary mount. Inside the hub unit is the wheel bearings. The bearings help ensure consistent, smooth movement of the hub around the axle. Whenever the bearings inside the wheel hub go bad, your car usually produces an unmistakable whine or droning noise.

Common causes for wheel bearing failure are improper lubrication and excessive wear and tear. After so many miles, even the best wheel hub assemblies need to be replaced. Generally, you should inspect your wheel bearings and the entire wheel hub assembly every 20,000 miles or so. Wheel hub replacement components are necessary to stabilize your car and ensure a safe ride. Although some wheel hubs can last over the 125,000 mile mark, most wheel hub and their related assembly parts require complete replacement at 75,000 or 100,000 miles. The two biggest factors for determining wheel hub assembly performance are driving style and climate.

To perform your own wheel hub inspection, safely jack your car up and spin the entire wheel hub assembly. It should spin freely; if not, there may be issues with the internal bearings or external blemishes and defects. The "one side = both sides" rule, common with brake pads, rotors and other axle parts, also applies to your wheel hub assembly; if one side needs replaced, you're better off just replacing the entire axle set. If you replace just one wheel hub, sooner or later you'll need the opposite side; it's only a matter of time. You might as well finish the job for good while you're already working on your car.

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Installing your own wheel hub can save a tremendous amount of money. Your savings at are increased two different ways. First, every wheel hub replacement and all the wheel hub assembly parts & components we sell are already priced for optimum value. Plus, you'll skip the costly labor rates associated with most wheel hub replacement jobs.

And don't forget our free shipping for every wheel hub order over $99.00. We'll also match and beat any competitor's price with our Price Match Guarantee. Every wheel hub you purchase at has been designed and tested to fit exactly like the original factory wheel hub.

We have a few suggestions that will surely help you find the right replacement hub for your car.??For starters, do not just go for a single wheel hub replacement-get a Wheel Hub Assembly instead. Obtaining a hub assembly ensures that you'll have all the necessary equipment you need to replace that broken hub of yours. Also, make sure that what you order is engineered to precise OEM (original equipment manufacturer) specifications.

An OEM hub assembly guarantees that each component in the kit is made to be fully compatible with your vehicle's year, make, and model. Fitting OEM products onto your wheel bearings is also easier since the wheel hub in this assembly is built to be a direct-fit replacement of your original part. Look for wheel hub assembly parts that are specifically manufactured to precise OE specifications so you can be sure that it will fit onto the wheel bearings and won't fall off easily.

Also, look for an assembly with a wheel hub that's manufactured using high strength materials. The wheel hub assembly secures your wheel into position, which means you don't want it breaking after just a few years of use. A durable wheel hub made of quality materials will prevent your wheel from falling or slipping from your car.

Do not settle for less when dealing with parts that have anything to do with wheels. The wheels are put under a lot of stress, and a faulty wheel component can compromise your safety on the road. If your vehicle's hub is already damaged, don't wait too long before you get a new assembly. Finding the right one can be tricky if you don't know what features to look for and what details to consider, ensure your parts will fit by using the Buy Auto model and make part search.

Join the growing number of DIY mechanics who have chosen the more efficient and affordable route - go with for your entire wheel hub replacement needs. With an easy-to-order interface, friendly support and exceptional value, we're the obvious choice for wheel hubs, wheel hub assembly parts and all of your other car parts.

To speak with a wheel hub assembly expert today, please call today at (888) 907-7225. We'd love to assist with your wheel hub DIY project today!

Wheel Hub Replacement

Not all wheel hubs come with brand new components. Some are remanufactured, meaning that some parts have been restored or repaired, instead of being replaced with new parts. While remanufactured options come at a cheaper price, some may doubt their quality. It's advised to use a manufacturer that tests and assesses the remanufactured units to ensure proper functionality and quality. If you have some cash to spare and want every component in the assembly to be brand new, you can always search for new parts from top brands and trusted sellers. Be sure to review the product specs to be certain that what you order is completely new.

Wheel hub replacement assemblies are available as a direct fit or as universal items. As the name suggests, universal wheel hubs can fit a wide range of vehicle models, while direct fits are specifically made for one vehicle.

Here at Buy Auto Parts, we offer wheel hub assemblies from top brands with reputable track records of quality and durability. Visit our comprehensive online catalog to find the right Wheel Hub Assembly for your vehicle and save with our great prices!