Timken are my first choiceas well as SKF as a second.
However, Installation can ruin the best made hubs out there.
Don't whack the hub face end with a hammer when putting the new one back into the housing. Smacking the hub section can cause a bearing ding on the race which will cause early failure.
Clean the mounting surface the new hub will slide into very well so that excessive force is not needed during reassembly process.
Dad use to say , "never force a part with a Ford Tool ( hammer ) when working on a Chevy. If find it necessary to do so, your doing it wrong. "
I've been hearing more and more positive feedback on the SKF bearings over the last few years. I'm guessing those are becoming another viable option over the cheapo stuff. I was also unaware that Moog made bearings for our cars. I'd imagine they are pretty pricey, but of the utmost quality like their other suspension stuff that I don't hesitate to buy.
Protip: If you don't know what you're doing, don't do it.
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