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CA steering gearbox seal

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John Jock Gofast

10-03-2009 21:38:18




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Hi, can anyone cross a seal number for me. It's on the output shaft of the Ross steering gearbox.
I got a number off the old seal: GK144N116W
I should actually replace the input seal too. I realize that grease is the other option as well.

Thanks guys and gals

John




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ramtuff

10-06-2009 13:19:02




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 Re: CA steering gearbox seal in reply to John Jock Gofast, 10-03-2009 21:38:18  
I took my old seal to a bearing place,they measured the Id&Od gave me a lip seal it fixed the problem.3years an running.



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John Jock Gofast

10-05-2009 09:36:49




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 Re: CA steering gearbox seal in reply to John Jock Gofast, 10-03-2009 21:38:18  
Thanks Steve
I went ahead and drained out the oil I'd put in and pumped in grease.



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steve(ill)

10-04-2009 10:51:16




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 Re: CA steering gearbox seal in reply to John Jock Gofast, 10-03-2009 21:38:18  
it is very common to reinstall the old seal, or another made of rubber washer, then pump the box full of grease. i would bet a large percentage are using grease afer 50 years. I have 6 and all have grease.



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coastal orange

11-09-2009 17:13:17




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 Re: CA steering gearbox seal in reply to steve(ill), 10-04-2009 10:51:16  
Are you guys using grease on the pedestal and spindle bearings too and if so where do you put the zirks?



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