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Re: Source for steering box oil seals

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06-20-2014 12:04:41

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Hi Guys
My old TO-30 seal is leaking where is best place to buy
Thanks Rob

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06-20-2014 21:19:04

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 Re: Source for steering box oil seals in reply to Ford8npower, 06-20-2014 12:04:41  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

NAPA carries it as a NOS 13027, O'Reilley's also can get them.


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06-20-2014 16:29:57

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 Re: Source for steering box oil seals in reply to Ford8npower, 06-20-2014 12:04:41  
Ford8NPower? and you admit to drivin' a Fergy '30?
Step up and pull the 8N hydrastics out of your Ford and drop 'em into the Fergy. More power and position control to boot!
I have a Donor 8N that is going to donate it's internals to such an undertaking.

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06-24-2014 05:27:53

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 Re: Source for steering box oil seals in reply to Bruce(OR), 06-20-2014 16:29:57  
Bruce Yes I have to admit I am a true 8N man
but I came across the TO-30
a few years back and I have to admit its as good as the 8N and in some ways better.
I would have enjoyed being able to chat with Mr Ferguson .

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