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20+ Year Contributor
Oct 7, 2002
Edina, Minnesota
k ive asked this question before but nobody knew, so i decided to ask the experts [ thats you guys ] so here it goes. i just bought my second dsm, its a 1991 eclipse gsx and i brought the car in for an alignment and they told me that the hub is bent. goodyear wanted 450 for parts and 270 for labor!!!!! so i told them to go to hell. so i got a quote from san rafeal mitsubishi saying:

SA1MICHAEL Parts Transactions - Counter Sale
2. Customer DSM CAR CLUB MEMBER 5. Price Level
3. Phone PO# Sale Type
Opt Part Number/Description Bin/Shelf Qty/Avl List Net
MB664332 : SHAFT ASSY,RR AXLE 1/NG 172.08 137.66

kyle I would have to order the axle, your vechicle
does not have a seperate hub with bearing its part of the rear stub axle price is included in this email. price does not include shipping

thanks for the loyalty I will take care of everything your need.
thanks mike


i was told by some dsm'ers that the hub/bearing assymbly slides on to the axle, and the bearing is pressed into the hub. if no-one can help, can a moderator/wiseman at least give me some info.

San Diego Mitsubishi says you can get a hub assembly which comes with a small shaft that slides into the axle connecting to the drive shaft. The whole package is 197.89. Hope this helps.:dsm:
its the rear hub;) i dont have a fax machine and mike told me he could fax me a pic of the assymbly but looks like im screwed for that. for what he told me youd have to replace the axle !!!! and i was told from other people that you can just slide it off. so i dunno
No they're seperate pieces. Undo the the three bolts holding the axle to the hub then undo the 27mm nut and remove the axle cup. Remove the caliper and rotor. Then tap on the thread shaft that the 27mm nut came off of, the whole hub will pop out of the trailing arm.
They are seperate pieces. I know because I replaced the bearings on mine last fall.
Talk to Josh at Conicelli Mitsubishi, he'll get you the right parts.
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