February 27, 2015
Put this on a 2008 Uplander almost a year ago and it is still going strong. The speed sensor cable had broken in my old one, so I had to replace the whole unit. If you are doing this yourself be aware that things around the wheels in these vehicles like to rust together. You will likely need some good penetrating grease and may want to consider getting a new dust shield as it sits behind the assembly and may get somewhat mangled during removal. Also remember to leave the nut on the end of your axle threads if you end up using a hammer to free the bearing as if you don't you will be finding yourself buying a really nice thread chaser. If so, I recommend the OTC 7402 Universal Outside Thread Chaser with the OTC (202817) Metric Die Set for Thread Chaser.
December 11, 2016
This part replaced the original front hub on my 2006 Chevy Uplander van which had 113.000 miles on it. The new hub went on easily and was a perfect fit. It also solve a recurring problem with the "Service anti-lock brake system" warning coming on every time I drove it. An original GM part, it was just what I needed. Highly recommends it.
The video I found on You Tube was very helpful in performing this repaIR.
March 29, 2018
This hub bearing has been performing good for the past 6 months. Just make sure to remove all rust and scale on the mating surfaces before install.
September 7, 2017
One year and around 8K miles and already making noise. Need to be replaced again. OEM bearings lasted 80K miles. AC Delco ain't what it used to be.
August 17, 2015
Part looks, operates, and fits like the original. I bought a less expensive one from Detroit Axle and it had to be replaced twice within a few hundred miles (they hummed while going down the road from the first mile after installation). No problems with the AC Delco, should have bought these first.
February 18, 2018
June 23, 2016
Get this one instead of the other brand. We went with the cheaper brand before and it did not last at all. This one is much better quality.
October 28, 2017
for some reason no wheel bearings last on my 06 montana