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Yup, here's one I did:
Automotive tire Alloy wheel Motor vehicle Wheel Rim

You do have to either take the bearing in to match it, or to measure the i.d. (after taking out any bushing that may be pressed into it), as normally the bearings have a metric i.d., but they can also have a sae i.d., and the laser-etched bearing part number on the side of the bearing may not obviously specify which it is.
 

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They are in the $40-$50 cdn (or more) range for me, and then always a shipping wait for me, so I find it faster/more convenient to replace the bearing... The one in the pic is $45US+shipping, and the second one on the deck is $60US...
 
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