Originally Posted by Motornoggin
As does Dodge, Ford, Toyota, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Isuzu, Jeep, or anything else with a Dana, Eaton, or corporate semi-floating axle. It's worked well for over 100 years in many iterations...
That may well be, but it still doesn't make an abundance of sense to me given that axle shafts aren't made of bearing steel
This S10 is the first vehicle I've owned with a C-clip axle, so they're new to me.
As for the bearing arrangement, what works works, I guess.