Hi All, I just took my outer bearings off my axles and noticed the surface area of the small "step up" angle leading to the oil seal/axle surface interface is different between the 2 axles. One is almost twice the surface area. Is that a mistake? The axle seals and housings have the same part numbers. Is this a problem or have any of you seen this? Thanks for any input in advance... Kerry Borsch
Re: surface angle different betwen axles in reply to Kerry Borsch, 04-20-2010 18:26:53
Try Agriline for parts. They had a lot of stuff That CNH did not when I restored my Power major a few years back. And they are adding new stuff all the time. They ship stuff fast to us here in the USA also. Dandy Dave! http://www.agrilineproducts.com/partscatalogue/major.html This post was edited by Dandy Dave at 04:37:14 04/23/10.
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