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Re: Help finding 68 case 680ck front hub seals 2wd

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I had 2 very good parts guys at 2 diffrent stores try and find a seal in there books.That would work no luck.I can only find close I would still need to send Hubs out to have it turned out to fit larger OD seal. The problem is I find the right ID wrong OD or the other way around.I know this sounds crude,but I don't have much more digging to do.I been thinking just grease it it up throw the hubs back on and go for it.Wheel bearings for it are dirt cheap.I guess I hoped someone one here had this problem and know of a easy fix.In the end I will probley just have the hubs turned fit a bigger OD seal.

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06-01-2013 19:41:20

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 Re: Help finding 68 case 680ck front hub seals 2wd in reply to 68case680, 06-01-2013 13:14:59  
If you can't find a seal, you can drill and thread in a grease nipple on the hub between the bearings and pump it full of grease 'til it pushes out at the back where the seal should be......every week you use the machine pump a bit more grease in'll have clean grease coming out the inner bearing all the time and nowhere for dirt to get in unless you submerge the front end in water or soupy mud.

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