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Wheel Bearings for 1949 C

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04-25-2002 06:20:44

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I ordered a wheel bearing kit from Walts for my 1949 C. I thought I was getting one for the rear wheel, but the box says front wheel. Did I get the wrong stuff or will the kit work on front and back? Here is what I got: Seal #70207365, Cups #09196 &15250, and Cones #09704 & 15118. Thanks in advance.

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04-25-2002 16:08:23

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 Re: Wheel Bearings for 1949 C in reply to JC, 04-25-2002 06:20:44  
I dont know about your numbers, but the term "wheel bearing" on a tractor refers to the front end. The rear end is an axle shaft and you will have inner and outer bearings for the axle shaft, or top pinion, or the lower "bull gear shaft". I assume when you say rear wheel bearing you are talking about the big bearing and seal behind the wheel hub on the bull shaft? This bearing and seal is probably 5 or 6 inch diameter. The front seal and bearing are more in the 2-3 inch range. Should be obvious which is in the box.

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Dana (IA)

05-01-2002 19:18:50

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 Re: Re: Wheel Bearings for 1949 C in reply to steve, 04-25-2002 16:08:23  
Here are the seal and bearing part numbers I used on my '47 model C: Outter grease seal-Chicago rawhide #25043, Outter bearing - Timken #368A, Outter bearing race - Timken #362, Inner bearing - Timken #14138A, Inner bearing race - Timken #14276

Good luck! I hope this helps!

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04-29-2002 19:19:19

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 Re: Re: Wheel Bearings for 1949 C in reply to steve, 04-25-2002 16:08:23  
I just replaced the rear bearings, races, and seals on my '47 C. Let me know if you need the part numbers. I'll be glad to send them to you. I used Timken bearings/races and Chicago Rawhide seals. Your local bearing dealer should then be able to help you out. Just be ready to get your wallet out as these babies are not cheap.

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