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Yes ( OFF brand ) I did a few months ago, the front left hub was squeaking real bad when backing up, all though no play felt in the wheel . I change it with one off of Ebay : https://www.ebay.com/itm/Front-Whee...e=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649

paid 69$ I believe also after removing old hub you could feel the dryness in the bearings.. new one starts squeaking again not as bad, I chock this up to being a cheaply made wheel bearing but being this is my work car I will live with it 4 now
My 2006 RR had about 171 K on it at time of wheel bearing replacement
 

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changing directions a little here, sorry ...
anyone done a diy on the rear hub? I need to get my done, contemplating taking it to a shop or myself.
 

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It doesn't look too complicated if you are going to replace the entire hub Vs. the bearings and sleeves. Others have said they had to cut the upper bolt and to make sure you mark the two alignment washers so you don't have to get an alignment. I did the fronts and hope I don't have to the the rears. Post your experience if you tackle it yourself.
 

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I chickened out. The bearing and hub are separate for the rear. Did not want to deal with pressing it out if needed, so I had an indy do it.
 

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Just curious what that cost?
 

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Labor cost me $230.00 for the rear driver side.

Interesting that I saw this after the fact, Amazon has the OEM parts, if you added "Expert Installation", it was $100 from the same garage I went to. Might want to give that a shot. Might use that deal for the other side after my trip.
 
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