Wheel Bearings - Which rotor do I need


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That looks like it's for a full float rear end. I don't think it will work for your front bearings. That snout will be in the way.

I think you need PT 648473.
Back to the drawing board. Installed new rotors/races/bearings and noise still exists but ONLY in 4x4. What’s the next thing to check besides gear oil?
 


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Next is to get it on jack stands and run it in 4x4 while you lay under it to figure out where the noise is coming from.
 

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Next is to get it on jack stands and run it in 4x4 while you lay under it to figure out where the noise is coming from.
:agree: Wow, thanks soo much for the help! I’m suspecting spindle bearings if nothing internal on the Dana. Do you know where I can get a new spindle seat? Mines rusted up and falling apart. Is it called something else?

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Try rockauto.com that's where I got mine several years ago
 

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Just thought I’d update.. Spindle bearings were to blame.
 


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