A year ago my local wrench opined the right front bearing seemed iffy. I took the tire off and the only thing I noticed was a small 'tink tink' sound as I revolved the brake disc back and forth. So I ordered a new bearing for my 1986 3.2 and put it onto the shelf till the time came for some accumulated improvements I had planned. I forget where I ordered the bearomgs, but was told at the time to get both available grease seals since the seal had been changed sometime during the model year and it is not known exactly when that took place. But Wait. There is More! My local wrench told me the parts sent did not even REMOTELY resembled what was actually in the car! The bearing in the car had the diameter of a small tea tray and included about eight marble sized ball bearings. Which promptly all fell out onto the ground. And apparently getting them back in required some supernatural incantation, holy water, and perhaps a secret pact with Satan himself. Local wrench would not even take the other one off for re-greasing. Wrench said the bearings were fine but were dry and he was both able to get the loose ones back in and was able to grease the other without taking it out of the car. Said it was clearly designed to absorb side loads and looked like it could have been something more appropriate to a giant earth mover. Does any one have even the most fanciful comment on this strange state of affairs?