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Old 04-15-2013, 11:35 PM
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Default Half-shaft bearing surface Ok?

Recently, my RH-front hub bearing failed. My steering knuckle was damaged in the process. In the interest of keeping parts costs down, I want to reuse my half-shaft. The bearing surface is a bit rough. However, I think I can sand this down a bit to make it work.

I'd appreciate some feedback, pro or con, either way.
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