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Old 12-17-2006, 09:31 PM   #1
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I am going to run CVD's in the front. Can I use my current bearings or do I have to change. Thanks guys,
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They used to make two different CVD Kits, one which used the original
bearings and one that used the more common rear axle size bearings. Personally I would opt for the smaller axles/bigger bearings and go for the set that uses the rear axle bearings. They hold up much better to abuse than the kits original bearings. The only real difference in the kits are the axle diameters which allow you to use one bearing size versus the other. From what I have seen and personally ran my self, most if not all go to the rear axle bearing size when switching to front CVD's, for durability reasons, also helps with less spare bearings due to the fact that the rear hubs will use the same bearings.
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which cvds fit the front of xx4? are they the same as the rear? or the same as the xxx4 front cvd's?
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The xxx4 front CVD's. Buy the kit and comes with everything but the bearings, and like was already mentioned, it takes the standard bearing like the rear uses (3/16" x 3/8"). Part number is LOSA9967
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