I got them through Matt at Alfa 9 Supply. Not sure if they came from Alfa Workshop, but they did come from Europe or UK.. Went straight to shop at track. Did not need them and now I don't know where they are. I am in the process of moving and they might be in my storage unit. I will be heading there again today.
...awesome. It's just money.💸Now that the job is done, I will say this. One, it isn't actually too hard to do. You don't need a lift, just an impact wrench with "thin wall" 36mm socket, 350 Nm torque wrench, and a few standard tools. Second, it NEEDS done every few years if you track your car. My primary track is CW direction and even now I can tell you which bearing was on the driver side. It is stiffer to rotate than the right side. Both are considerably "stiffer" to rotate than the new ones, so I'm VERY glad I changed them. For me, a 2 to 3 year replace cycle is probably about right.