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Old 09-29-2021, 05:06 AM
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Not sure why Pelican list it as for up to 09/2003, since there was no change to rear bearing in the entire model run....
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There was a small change on bearing outer diameter but both versions should be compatible.

https://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/sho...30#33416764180
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Replaced the left rear wheel bearing today. The old (KOYO) bearing...



The new KOYO bearing bolted right on in there.. job done... and while it was expensive in terms of parts ($400) the lack of wheel bearing drone is well worth it!
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Awesome! Nice pic showing wear AND the ABS sensor ring!
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Awesome! Nice pic showing wear AND the ABS sensor ring!
I was a bit worried when I removed the outside inner race with the slide hammer - the bearing surface was perfect. But since at that point the old bearing was destroyed, I carried on with removing it. Once it was off the car, I knocked out the inside inner race and was actually very happy to see the pitting!

Yeah, great veiw of the tone (reluctor) ring...
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The new KOYO bearing bolted right on in there.. job done... and while it was expensive in terms of parts ($400) the lack of wheel bearing drone is well worth it!
400$ for one bearing?
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400$ for one bearing?
KOYO bearing - $290
BMW e-torx bolts and axle nut - $87
Sundry tools and supplies - ~$20

Yeah,
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@wpoll,

The price in Kiwi Land is way too high. Probably tons of import tax...

In the USA:
- E53 rear bearing 33416764180 is about $55 for FAG brand, $110 for SKF brand.
- The Four (4) bolts...I have re-used them many times, zero issues.
- The Axle Nut is about $5-$10.
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KOYO bearing - $290
BMW e-torx bolts and axle nut - $87
Sundry tools and supplies - ~$20

Yeah,
How much do they check packages coming in from the US? I'm thinking you order in the US, have shipped to a US address and that person reships it to you from their address. Would that work? If you think so, let me know, I can help you out. $290 for a $50 bearing is ridiculous.
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just done some price checking over here in the uk the fag bearing with bolts and shaft nut is 45 uk pounds about 62 us dollars and skf kit is 55 uk pounds about 75 us dollars.
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