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I am on my 3 rd gear install kit that randy's ring and pinion has sent the wrong inner seal on the front axle for a waggie 44. Aparently it is diffrent from other 44's. So my question is what is the correct spicer number for the seals. I bought a set of 36352 seals off ebay, but am skeptical if they are right or not.. Anyone have any ideas??
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Re: Spicer part number

How are your seals wrong? When i bought mine at napa they offered two different sizes with no distinction to being able to tell from the outside of the axle. It was a difference with the axle diameter. The parts numbers were 13165 and 13246 national oil seal brand. Dont know if this helps you, but its all i know.
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Re: Spicer part number

The ones that come in the kit are to small. You gave me that info orignaly on the first axle (thanks again). I couldn't even get napa to come up with anything. So I finally found them at the stealership, but that was a 14.00 each kick in the rear. So I was hoping I could find the spicer part number.
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Re: Spicer part number

As far as i know, there are only two seals for a front d44. One has the lip that helps the axle slid in and one that has a bigger out dia that doesnt have the lip. Im sure there are other seals, but those two are the popular ones. I doubt you will ever find a spicer number. I think they just used national seals. Randy's is just giving you a generic kit for a front 44, that is why you keep getting the wrong seals. We sometimes have the same problem at work. But now most of the kits we get have both sets of seals. No we dont use randys. I'm heading off to my shop today and will look in my notes from when i put my 44 together and see if i have the part numbers for the inner seals. My waggy 44 used the seal that has the lip to help the axle slid in.

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Ya the one with the lip is the one I never get. It has a larger diamiter and seats in the seal bore with a press fit the other one just drops in and would never stay. Let me know. I got the spicer ones from ebay and they are the same one I already have oh well there went 20$
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Havent found my book yet, hopefully tomorrow night. Try ordering a set of seals for a 79 waggie with a 360, auto, and qtec case. That is what my waggy was.
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Re: Spicer part number

Wish I saw this thread yesterday when I was at the shop.
I stock those seals in Spicer. But I am out of the shop today and don't know the number off the top of my pointed head.

I will be at the shop tomorrow and can check the number then, if someone else doesn't get it for you before then.
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I look all over the place for my book and cant find the damn thing. Thats starting to worry me. Hopefully carver gets it tomorrow for you.
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Re: Spicer part number

Sorry to post this so late in the day [insert excuse here]

The number you want is Spicer 36352.

If you have trouble getting them let me know
I keep them in stock.
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Re: Spicer part number

Now that you have a PN#

Here's a little secret....

Cross Ref. for lots and lots of parts.

Why I don't know but it is really slow repeating a search. So start here <u>NAPA</u> then put in the part number yourself (Non-NAPA Part No).

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