I need to replace a wheel bearing on a 2002 Focus with rear drums, and on this car, the bearing is part of the drum. Part number 2U2Z-1V126-D On the site, in both the diagram, and the description, it clearly indicates that the bearing IS included! I ordered online from Jacky Jones Ford in Georgia 2U2Z-1V126-D
Unfortunately, I received a Motorcraft drum BRD-45... with NO wheel bearing included The Focus MUST use an OEM wheel bearing ONLY. Aftermarket bearings just don't work on this car. The OE supplier is SKF. Motorcraft is often the same as OEM Ford, but not in this case. Although the Ford oval logo is absent, the inside of the drum is stamped FoMoCo Wagner's e-coated drum for the Mk1 Focus use a bearing made by Shuoye Why can't any of the aftermarket drumsd come with real bearings from SKF, Timken, [censored], or NTN?
Originally Posted by Jacky Jones Ford
Product Details Positions: Left, Right Other Names: Drum, Drum - Brake Description:Focus. Drum brakes. Notes: Includes Inner Bearing. Manufacturer: