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Re: traffic rear brake discs

Yes I can!

No you can't! The bearing is integral to the hub and disc unit. They can be had for much less on ebay than the dealer, but due to the way in which the ABS works, I would recomend spending the extra as aftermarket bearings have been known to cause ABS issues (the abs uses a magnet in the bearing to read the wheelspeeds- they are less reliable on non factory parts- I know, I was that soldier!).
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