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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-15-2003, 08:50 AM Thread Starter
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need t-case seal #

My samurai ain't here & I gotta go pick up my new t-case housing.

I need the rear output seal part #, I've GOT to have a new seal by Sat. morning. Got a ride with bunches of people from out-of-town Sat. @ 1p.m. I figure I can pick up the "beefy" t-case & put it all together. Find a seal & swap out t-cases Sat. morning, be ready to go by noon.

Or, if anyone has one they want to ship priority, I'll do that too.

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Re: need t-case seal #

Brad,

Try calling Spidertrax 1-800-286-0898. I did the same thing. They found the part number for me, had it in stock, and it was only like $6 for the factory seal (which is better quality).

They are very good to do business with.

(I'm not affilliated but I've made several purchases through them and they were great).

Good luck,
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Re: need t-case seal #

Duh, I guess I should've thought of that. [img]images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]

I called Trail Tough (I really like them best) & Ben gave me the part #. It's 29972-80050 rear output seal, they have in stock for $5.50 AND can ship overnight.

If I only had a credit card..................

I'll check locally, but have my doubts.

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Re: need t-case seal #

Brad -

You're looking for a seal that's 50mm OD, 36-38mm ID (can't get a good measurement on the shaft..and 8mm width. Any industrial supply should be able to get you one in a day..

Maybe someone has the flange and seal off the output shaft and can get that measurement

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Re: need t-case seal #

BRING OUT THE DEAD!!!
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The correct p/n for a national/federal is:

38x50x7 (the metric one)
or the spot on sae one: 223801

it took me 5 hours to find this... The aftermarket suppiers sell the incorrect seal....

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Re: need t-case seal #

[ QUOTE ]
BRING OUT THE DEAD!!!
[img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]

The correct p/n for a national/federal is:

38x50x7 (the metric one)
or the spot on sae one: 223801

it took me 5 hours to find this... The aftermarket suppiers sell the incorrect seal....

[img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]

[/ QUOTE ]

Stuff like this is invaluable... are you out there Ack?? We should be sure to create some kinda info log on this for future reference.
Just my $.02
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Re: need t-case seal #

This may be a stupid newb question but what do you have to do to change that out? Just take off the flange, or do you have to split the case?
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Re: need t-case seal #

HEY BUDDY! Check your PM!
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Re: need t-case seal #

I'll try to attach an excell spreadsheet I got somewhere with bearing and seal numbers for a Samurai. Guess I should add this seal to it and send to Ack!
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Re: need t-case seal #

Where the Hell you been Brad, you droped off the side of the earth. Would have ben nice to wheel with you at the melt. I meet Mike up there, nice rig.. Anyway Did you forget where to get your parts from LOL
$79.00 full


$39.oo just seals and gasket.

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