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Old 05-16-2010, 12:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Center Support Bearing

Need help on how to remove it.. She's not cooperating.. Any suggestion would be appreciated!!

2006 Chevy 4 door 4 wheel drive.
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Old 05-16-2010, 01:04 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I assume you mean removing it from the shaft itself? I usually just have the driveline shop replace them. They shouldn't charge but $15 labor on something like that. Don't quote me but I think the last one I had done was like $45 installed, they did it while I waited.

And the technical term is "carrier bearing" incase you call in to ask
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I assume you mean removing it from the shaft itself? I usually just have the driveline shop replace them. They shouldn't charge but $15 labor on something like that. Don't quote me but I think the last one I had done was like $45 installed, they did it while I waited.

And the technical term is "carrier bearing" incase you call in to ask
Thanks, but unfortunately I live in a VERY small town!!! I actually got it off with a cutoff wheel and a chisel.. Didn't even score the bearing surface. Now I just have to find the right size since it seems that it's common for the parts guys to have the smaller I.D. Bearing. What a party foul.

That's actually what I call it also but the parts stores call it "Center Support Bearing".. Anyways, thanks for the reply!!!!
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Alright, here you guys go. After doing a butt load of research this is what I found.

I called Carquest, among all the others yesterday, and they said they had a carrier bearing in stock for a 2006 Chevy 6.6 Duramax 4 wheel drive w/auto trans. They gave me a part with a # of B-HB88107A. The I.D. is to small so I posted some info that I found.


I found a HB-88508A at http://www.kml-bearing.com/upload/ne...can-Trucks.pdf using the wrong Part # B-HB88107A from Carquest.

HB-88508A 1.5748 I.D.
It seems to have the same exact dimensions as the wrong B-HB88107A (1.37 I.D). Hopefully this is the right one. The lady at checker has them in stock but it seems it's only listed for a 2002 and later Chevrolet 3500. Maybe that's what the problem is.. Wrong number issued by Carquest (they said this was the right one)
B-HB88107A= 1.3780" I.D. with a dimension of 2.250" from center of bearing to base.
(Assumed right one) HB88508A= 1.5748" I.D. with a dimension of 2.250" from center of bearing to base.
Sorry for the long post. Just thought this was good information..
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The gm part # gm88934865 mine is getting replaced by the dealer tue.
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What caused you to want to replace the carrier bearing? Did you get a bad vibration or something?
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I had a weird noise from under my truck when i slowed down. and a slight vibration when you stomped on it from a stop.
looked at the drivetrain and pushed on the driveshaft and saw the rubber around the bearing was all busted up.sprayed wd 40 on it and noise went away.
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What caused you to want to replace the carrier bearing? Did you get a bad vibration or something?
While I was underneath changing my oil I was taking a look at things. When I looked at the carrier bearing I thought it was odd so I scooted over and took a closer look.. Basically it was only hanging together by one piece of rubber and I was able to move it up and down at least an 1"..

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I had a weird noise from under my truck when i slowed down. and a slight vibration when you stomped on it from a stop.
looked at the drivetrain and pushed on the driveshaft and saw the rubber around the bearing was all busted up.sprayed wd 40 on it and noise went away.
The only thing I had was a weird noise while towing to my last race.. Thought the breaks were getting hot coming down a big grade but now I'm thinking it was this..
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The gm part # gm88934865 mine is getting replaced by the dealer tue.
Yeah that's the part # they gave me but their's not a whole lot of info on it.. Dealership quoted me 175 bucks and it wouldn't be in until Tuesday the earliest.. Couldn't wait that long. I have a couple of big meeting for work that I have to leave for tomorrow.. Plus Checker had it for 28 bucks.

Anyways, I've been driving it around on the freeway.. I don't have anything unusual going on so far..
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