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HWH Front Left Steering Knuckle Spindle Wheel bearing housing for JEEP WRANGLER 68004087AA

Short Description:

HWH NO.: 0128K08-1
Reference OE Number: 68004087AA
Interchange  Part Number : 698-007
Placement on Vehicle: Front Left side

Product Description

This steering knuckle  is precision-engineered and rigorously tested to provide products with unrivaled performance and longer lifespan.

  • All new,never remanufactured.
  • Made from strong materials for enhanced durability .
  • Made using state-of-the-art equipment and techniques
  • Rigorously inspected to ensure conformity with the set standards


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Product Details

Material: Cast Iron
Color black
Installation Hardware included No
Weight(lbs): 11.68
Size(inch): 11.41*9.44*5.9
Package Contents: 1 steering knuckle

OE Number

OE NO.: 68004087AA
OE NO.: 68004087

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  • Car  Model Year
    JEEP WRANGLER 2007-2016

    A warranty must be returned to the parts supplier where the HWH product was purchased and is subject to that part store’s terms & conditions.
    1 year(s) / 12,000 miles.

    1.How much does a steering knuckle replacement cost?
    Two factors determine the cost; the steering knuckle price and the auto repair rates in your area.
    To buy the knuckle, expect to part with between $40 and $500. That’s how varied price tags are on the market.
    Replacement charges are also different but you can expect to pay around $100.

    2.. Is alignment necessary after replacing steering knuckles?
    It is. That is why it’s advisable to have the components replaced by a qualified person and at a repair facility.
    Proper alignment ensures a correctly functioning suspension. The new knuckles will function correctly and the tires wear evenly.
    Above all, it ensures your steering wheel inputs are accurate for safety and driving comfort.

    3.Can a vehicle use just any steering knuckle?
    The simple answer is no. Knuckles are designed to fit specific suspensions, steering systems, and other vehicle requirements.
    Usually when buying one, the type of your car, model, and the year it was made matters. You could also go for an OEM or aftermarket steering knuckle.