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Re: How to tell if it's a Rockford or Auburn clutch pac?

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Brian G. NY

12-14-2012 06:57:24

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Does this help?
Page from my WD/WD-45 parts manual.

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12-14-2012 18:43:35

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 Re: How to tell if it's a Rockford or Auburn clutch pac? in reply to Brian G. NY, 12-14-2012 06:57:24  
Brian! That is exactly what I have, and I apreciate the info. Now I have to find a seal number. The seal behind the release bearing, is leaking oil into the bell housing, from the belt pulley drive gear compartment. No numbers on the one I removed, and IT shows the seal, but dont give the numbers.Neither YT, nor Carbaugh , show the seal in their catalogs. Reckon Ill have to drive down to the tide flats, to Bearings INC, and see if they can match it up.

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Brian G. NY

12-14-2012 19:27:21

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 Re: How to tell if it's a Rockford or Auburn clutch pac? in reply to Ralphwd45, 12-14-2012 18:43:35 did you have the Auburn clutch or the Rockford?
I would guess Auburn.
I believe the seal you are looking for is A-C #224687 which I can cross reference to National #473424 in my 1985 National interchange catalog.
You could try a local auto parts store for that but you should take the old one with you as a double check.

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