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    wheel bearings

    hi all
    mate of mine has a pilgrim sumo and wants to know which wheel bearings are fitted front and rear, he thinks they are granada. any help appreciated
    thanks graham

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    How many wheel nuts? 4 means Sierra, 5 for Granada (maybe they’re the same bearing).

    Assuming it’s not Jag or Cortina donor of course.

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    hi
    dont know how many nuts will find out later cus going to see him
    thanks graham

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    Get us a couple of photos if you can:
    1. Of the front suspension arms
    2. The rear suspension/axle
    And the number of nuts. Then we'll be able to help

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    hi
    i dont have any photos but there are 5 nuts so i believe its granada
    regards graham

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    Yes that's the most likely with 5 stud wheels

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    But is that mark 2 or 3?

    We need pictures to be clear (or a detailed description) - are the front wishbones tubular or pressed steel?
    - does the rear suspension incorporate a V shaped mount across the whole of the car to which the (semi) trailing arms are attached?
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    Quote Originally Posted by robinj66 View Post
    But is that mark 2 or 3?

    We need pictures to be clear (or a detailed description) - are the front wishbones tubular or pressed steel?
    - does the rear suspension incorporate a V shaped mount across the whole of the car to which the (semi) trailing arms are attached?
    - and it could be jag hubs! ....although unlikely.
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