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Timken Rear Wheel Bearing for 90-15 MX5 Miata

Price: From $45.00 to $60.00
Manufacturer: Timken

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1990-2015 Miata

Timken wheel bearings are designed to be exact replacements for your OEM wheel bearings. Their steel roller bearing configuration allows for maximum performance without sacrificing durability.

Your Mazda Miata and its tires create large volumes of friction while functioning.  In order to decrease the friction created by the vehicle wheels and help bear the car's load, your automobile is fitted with a wheel bearing. Wheel bearings include lubrication sealed inside to help decrease friction. Once bearing seals wear out, this may induce oil to seep out, lessening its anti-friction capacity and diminishing its structural integrity. We also recommend replacing the rear wheel seal at the same time.

Timken Rear Wheel Bearing

When you discover that your Mazda Miata wheel bearings are worn out, you should replace them ASAP. Using a bad wheel bearing, your Mazda Miata and its other components are exposed to more stress due to the bearing's reduced effectiveness. Our Mazda Miata wheel bearing will provide you and your car with superior performance and longer parts life.

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