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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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1952 cockshutt 30

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02-05-2008 05:14:51

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My supplier in town wants over 70 bucks for a rear outer axle seal for my 30. He says thats the only seal that exists for it. My question is, would any of you guys have a seal number that I could cross over to see if I could find one a little cheaper?

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P Heisey-Harleysville,PA

02-06-2008 03:29:12

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 Re: 1952 cockshutt 30 in reply to torker2, 02-05-2008 05:14:51  
Hi Torker2,

I have two different rear axle seals on stock for the COCKSHUTT 30. One is my econo. seal.I can send you almost 4 seals to equal your one seal quote. The other is a premium Viton rubber, high heat seal. I also include the T-9430 O-ring seal with either of the above seals, that is needed on the earlier narrow hub tractors. Email, call eve. or fax for more info.I have many more parts too!

THANKS to cj in Wisconsin and c35 for your recommends.

Phil Heisey 215-256-8651 FAX 215-256-1203

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J Schwiebert

02-05-2008 05:52:53

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 Re: 1952 cockshutt 30 in reply to torker2, 02-05-2008 05:14:51  
When you put it back together fine a long cheater handle for the breakover bar! That nut needs to be real tight!

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cj in wisconsin

02-05-2008 05:41:45

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 Re: 1952 cockshutt 30 in reply to torker2, 02-05-2008 05:14:51  
Talk to Phil Heisey. he is on this forum a few posts down, he has almost anything you need for that 30 and is a great guy to deal with he is out of PA and stocks all of that stuff.

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02-05-2008 06:18:27

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 Re: 1952 cockshutt 30 in reply to cj in wisconsin, 02-05-2008 05:41:45  
Phil Heisey 215-256-8651 FAX 215-256-1203

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