Great service thanks. This bearing kit fits my old Ifor Williams trailer perfectly
Name : K***w From : CA
Time : 2020/8/19 Review:★★★★★
I order regularly this time longer than usual went. Quality is excellent
Name : A***t From : RU
Time : 2020/7/18 Review:★★★★★
отличный подшипник всем советую быстрый доставка спасибо большое продавцу
Name : Misha From : UK
Time : 2020/06/01 Review:★★★★★
Name : Cyrus Khaleghi From : Philippines
Time : 2020/5/21 Review:★★★★★
Worked great for my 2006 S2000 rear had an annoying cracking noise and now it‘s gone! Very happy to have my baby back up and running.
---- Cyrus Khaleghi
Name : Deb K. From : Australia
Time : 2020/2/15 Review:★★★★★
Got this for my 2002 Acura TL-S. This is the exact same part as the OEM Genuine Honda part （44300-S84-A02） except the Acura and Honda parts websites want $85 + shipping! It fit perfectly and works wonderfully. Even if this isn‘t the OEM brand of wheel bearing for your car I would still highly recommend NSK as these wheel bearings gave me 306000 trouble-free miles before the first one went bad! Highly recommended!
---- Deb K.
Name : wusstig From : Germany
Time : 2020/5/12 Review:★★★★★
high quality NSK bearing I used to rebuild my 8 yr old 2HP pentair pool pump motor. Compared these to the Nachi （japanese） bearings which equaled the static & dynamic load ratings but the NSK bearing is rated for 17k rpm vs 12k rpm for the Nachi...was a no brainer in purchasing these for roughly the same price.
Name : Evan Wright From : USA
Time : 2020/4/9 Review:★★★★★
Good quality bearings. Made in USA. Installed on input shaft on a snowblower fit and function was good.
---- Evan Wright
Name : RMH Hennekens From : Netherlands
Time : 2020/4/06 Review:★★★★★
these bearings fit to the most input shafts of sitmowers with a dana spicer transaxle old ones with 4 5 6 gears i am from the Netherlands in europ you cant find them any more
---- RMH Hennekens
Name : JEH From : canada
Time : 2020/4/2 Review:★★★★★
Glad to have found these. The transaxle on my sears tractor was starting to grind gears while under load. The input shaft was loose. I hammered the old bearings out and screwed these new ones in using a threaded rod.... they work like a charm!