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Cabrio Washer Tub Bearing And Seal Replacement Kit

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Newly-issued bearing and tool for Whirlpool's Craprio washer.

More info in this post ==> Whirlpool Cabrio / Maytag Bravo / Kenmore Oasis Washer Tub Bearing and Seal Replacement Kit



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From my understanding, the newer ones have replacement bearings. Where the older ones you had to change out the entire outter tub. Does anyone know any different.

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this kit allows you to replace the bearings in all the oasis/cabrio/bavos washers, not just new ones

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How effective is the repair; i.e. what kind of life do you get after? The aluminum shaft (upper right of parts picture) of a customer's washer has a 3-inch rust patch on it; so he's a replacement candidate, right?

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I don't have any personal track record with that, but I know several of other techs here at the Academy did this repair early last year and I've not seen any posts about early failure rates.  

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