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Ford Wheel Hub Bearing & Axle Kit TRQ BHA52924 - 1AAHK00004

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Part Details

  • Wheel Bearing & Hub Assembly Features & Benefits:
      Direct Fit Replacement
      Precision Engineered
      Highest Quality Materials
  • Bearing Type:   Tapered Roller Bearing

These hub assemblies and axles are just what you need to get your vehicle in good working order again.

Specifications

  • Comes as a PAIR
    • Both LH (Driver Side) & RH (Passenger Side) FRONT
  • 3 Bolt Flanges
  • Fits 5 Lug Wheel
  • Replaces dealer part numbers: 1L34-1104-AA, XL3Z-1104-AA, YL34-1104-AA, YL3Z-1104-AA, 1L341104AA, XL3Z1104AA, YL341104AA, YL3Z1104AA
  • Studs already installed
  • Direct replacements
  • Built to strict quality control standards
  • Includes ABS sensor and plug wire
  • Fits F150 4WD (Four Wheel Drive) Models only
    • With 14mm Wheel Bolts & 4 Wheel ABS

Axle Specifications

  • Comes as a PAIR
    • Both LH (Driver Side) & RH (Passenger Side) FRONT
  • Replaces dealer part number: 5L3Z-3B436-A, 5L3Z3B436A
  • Brand New, not refurbished or rebuilt
  • No core charge
  • Direct replacement
  • Built to strict quality control standards

What are Tapered Bearings and Why Use Them?

Tapered bearings are better than roller ball bearings at handling forces exerted on the bearing during cornering (known as axial load) in trucks and large cars. 

Roller ball bearings have spherical ball bearings between two straight rings (called races). Tapered bearings use tapered rollers shaped like flat-topped cones and two races angled from the outside to the inside of the bearing. The greater the angle, the more axial load the bearing can handle.

Your model came from the factory with tapered bearings. This type of bearing handles cornering forces better for trucks and large cars. Roller ball bearings work well for smaller cars, but replacing a tapered bearing with a roller ball bearing will result in increased wear and faster failure.

 

Item Condition: New

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Lifetime Warranty

This item is backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty. In the event this item should fail due to manufacturing defects during intended use, we will exchange the part free of charge (excludes shipping charges) for the original purchaser.

  1. step : Remove the wheel (1:03)
    • Remove the lug cap
    • Loosen the lug nuts.
    • Remove the cover and cotter pin from the hub nut and loosen the hub nut.
    • Loosen the seven 13 mm 12 point bolts securing the axle to the front drive.
  2. step : Disconnect the stabilizer link (1:55)
    • Hit them with penetrating oil
    • Use a 14 mm socket and 9/16 socket on the bottom to remove the stabilizer link.
    • This might take a bit of elbow grease with hand tools, but it will come loose.
    • Use a hammer to drive out the stabilizer link.
  3. step : Remove the half shaft of the CV axle. (3:38)
    • Use a large crow bar between the lug bolts to secure the axle while you remove the 13 mm 12 point bolts if you didn't loosen them earlier.
    • Remove the hub nut.
    • Give the axle a good tap with the hammer to break it loose from the steering knuckle.
    • Pull the axle out.
  4. step : Install the new half shaft of the CV axle (5:23)
    • Install the grease fitting on the ball joint and fill with grease.
    • Put the new axle in and bolt in.
    • In a star pattern, torque the 13 mm 12 point bolts to 60 ft lbs.
  5. step : Install the new stabilizer link. (6:20)
    • Thread the bushings and washers on the stabilizer bar and tighten the lock nuts down.
    • Jack up the suspension a bit and tighten the stabilizer link up to 15-17 ft lbs.
  6. step : Put your hub and lug nuts and wheel back on. (7:20)
    • Put the hub nut on and pre-tighten but don't torque it.
    • Put the wheel and lug nuts back on
    • Lower the vehicle and torque the lug nuts in a star pattern to 100 ft lbs.
    • Torque the hub nut to 220 ft lbs.
    • Replace the cotter pin and cover on the hub nut.
    • Put the lug cover back on.

Tools needed for replacement:

    General Tools

  • Center Punch
  • Jack Stands
  • Hammer
  • Floor Jack

  • Materials, Fluids, and Supplies

  • Rust Penetrant

  • Ratchets & Related

  • Ratchet
  • Socket Extensions
  • 1/2 Inch Breaker Bar
  • Torque Wrench

  • Screwdrivers & Related

  • Flat Blade Screwdriver

  • Sockets - Metric

  • 13mm Socket
  • 14mm Socket
  • 19mm Socket
  • 35mm Socket

  • Sockets - SAE

  • 9/16 Inch Socket

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Part #: 1AAHK00004


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Brand #: BHA52924

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