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2006 Audi A6 Quattro Wheel Bearing Kit


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SKF Wheel Bearing Kit - Rear
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$203.93
Sale Price: $148.33
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(4) In Stock
Part Number: W0133-1762971
Detailed Notes: Kit Contains: Bearing with flange, Washer, 4 Bearing Bolts and 1 Axle Bolt
Position: Rear
Condition: New

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This Product Fits the Following: Warehouse: A
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• 2006 Audi A6 Quattro


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SKF W0133-1805994
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SKF Wheel Bearing Kit - Front
Retail Price:
$203.93
Sale Price: $115.33
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(4) In Stock
Part Number: W0133-1805994
Notes: 85mm OD.
Position: Front
Condition: New

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• 2006 Audi A6 Quattro Avant   
• 2006 Audi A6 Quattro Base  3.2L V6 


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SKF Wheel Bearing Kit - Front
Retail Price:
$203.93
Sale Price: $148.33
with FREE Shipping
(4) In Stock
Part Number: W0133-1762971
Notes: 92mm O.D.
Detailed Notes: Kit Contains: Bearing with flange, Washer, 4 Bearing Bolts and 1 Axle Bolt
Position: Front
Condition: New

Shipping Options:
Free Ground Shipping or (Overnight and 2-Day Shipping)
OEM

This Product Fits the Following: Warehouse: A
Vehicle Engine
• 2006 Audi A6 Quattro 4.2L V8 

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Wheel Bearing Kit Reviews - 2006 Audi A6 Quattro
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I order front wheel bearings from another source that were supposed to fit my 2006 A6 Quattro. They fit --- the rear hubs. These are the right parts, including new mounting bolts and a new stretch axle bolt with the correct 17mm hex head. I finished the job just before midnight and left for a 2,000 trip the next day with complete confidence. I was not disappointed. Don't tell John Law, but 120 mph is nothing to these bearings. Just remember when you start the job that you'll have to press the hubs out of the old bearing assembly and press them into the new bearing assembly. Unless you own an arbor press, that part takes longer than the rest of the job combined.


February 15th, 2015 | Posted by The Right Part the First Time



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