Wheel bearing assembly question

TacoSlinger4000

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Matt
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2016
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Super White
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#340
I run negative offset wheels. I plan on having to replace my wheel bearings at some point and see it easier to replace the whole assembly instead of taking it to a press. Question is: why are 4x4 assemblies cheaper than 4x2 assemblies?
 

ShankedT4R

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I run negative offset wheels. I plan on having to replace my wheel bearings at some point and see it easier to replace the whole assembly instead of taking it to a press. Question is: why are 4x4 assemblies cheaper than 4x2 assemblies?
I think it has to do with their not being an aftermarket hub available on the market. You’d need to purchase from the stealership