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Mark

11-18-1999 16:37:36




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I was wondering if anyone has found a replacement
for the rear hub seal on a AC WC, the seal that
is cork and about 11" dia. that retains the bull gear oil.

If not a replacement how about a place that
charges less than $78 for a new one?

Thanks
Mark




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Jeff

11-20-1999 06:15:25




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 Re: WC rear hub seal in reply to Mark, 11-18-1999 16:37:36  
Mark: The part you are refurring to is the rear wheel seal final drive housing.
I replaced both of mine on a 1939 WC back in June of 1997. The part # is 79016729 at the local
AGCO dealer. Cost was $20.41 with tax. This is neopreme instead of cork and works a lot better.

Jeff



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Don

11-19-1999 18:05:49




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 Re: WC rear hub seal in reply to Mark, 11-18-1999 16:37:36  
I bought two new seals from AGCO for a '39 WC and I think they charged me $8.93 each. They are neoprene. I was told by a real restorer to wrap a layer of electrical tape around the outside before installing. Apparently makes it fit tighter. The problem is I have the original parts manual and they have changed all the part numbers so I have trouble checking back like this.



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