You'll likely need some gaskets and such as well, but my local bearing supply (Central Coast Bearing) has been able to get every bearing that I've ever needed way cheaper than the dealership or OEM. Subaru timing belt rollers that were $65.00 each, she was able to get just the bearing for $12.00. I tapped them into the old rollers. A Porsche fuel
injection pump shaft seal
that was $38.00 from the regular auto parts
suppliers she got for $4.50. My cutlass bearing for my boat was $135.00 at West Marine
, $125.00 at Defender, she got me for $70.00. My prop shaft intermediate bearing was $150.00 from marine suppliers, $50.00 from Wendy, and she had it in stock. Wendy rocks. She can order anything by size and she can find almost anything by application. I'm sure that there is a good bearing supply near almost all of you, this is a small town.