Hardy spicer joints

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Aginley
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Hardy spicer joints

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Looking for original hardy joints, can manage with one but would prefer to fit a pair.
( just the middle bearing part).
Also does anyone know the part number for these so I can search.
Thanks
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Rolandino
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surfblue63
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Re: Hardy spicer joints

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For the inner bearing you need GUJ101.

Minispares have two options

http://www.minispares.com/product/classic/GUJ101.aspx


http://www.minispares.com/product/class ... 01EVO.aspx


If you are after the assemblies I might have a pair.
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Rolandino
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get the heavvy duty ones GUJ101EVO , they are better
seandoyle
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Re: Hardy spicer joints

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I agree with Roli’s suggestion,for whatever reason standard ones didn’t last very long on my car. Fitted the updated ones, no problems after a thousand miles..
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