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Car just failed the MOT for noisy/rough nearside rear wheel bearing. Going to get it done towards the end of the week, was just wondering if there are 2 different types for the 8th gen saloon/tourer?

Seen one on ebay but it states to check the width size as there is a bigger one aswell?

Mines a 2010 2.2 saloon. Is This the correct one for my car?

Many thanks.
 

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Mine is an ES-GT with the 282mm rear brake disc. The lings part is PFKL581075 but this doesn't seem to cross reference with anything else. If its the same as this one https://www.parts-honda.uk/honda-cars/***ignment_spare_parts/42200TA0A51

Than I believe it is the right part...does it look right?

*Edit - I put the original part number 42200TA0A51 in to lings and it linked to the PFKL581075 correct part for the ES-GT not the EX, so I'm confident its the correct part.

Thanks a lot for the help :)
 

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On the lings website remove the _pfk in the subject line and it'll give the correct Honda part number.
 

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Brilliant, I did remember reading something on how to do it, but didn't quite do it right. That makes future references so much easier thanks alot.
 

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It is quite an easy job if you are okay with general DIY jobs.
 
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