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Oil Seal in Steering Pedestal

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02-09-2003 20:31:26

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I have a leak in the bottom oil seal of the steering spindle on my Model C. I am unsure of how to remove the oil seal from the pedestal and where to get a new seal.

Is there a special tool needed to extract it from the pedestal? Is it threaded into the pedestal? I assume I should replace both the upper and lower seals once removed. Where do I get them?


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dave K (Fl)

02-13-2003 14:18:42

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 Re: Oil Seal in Steering Pedestal in reply to Mike, 02-09-2003 20:31:26  
Sandy Lake has the seals, just purchased some about two months ago.


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Dana (Iowa)

02-11-2003 18:45:35

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 Re: Oil Seal in Steering Pedestal in reply to Mike, 02-09-2003 20:31:26  
I have the seal part numbers as well as the bearing and race part numbers if you need them. Just shoot me an email.

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Bill Hires

02-10-2003 06:46:45

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 Re: Oil Seal in Steering Pedestal in reply to Mike, 02-09-2003 20:31:26  
These seals are typical pressed in steel shell, lip seals. They can be pried, or driven out of their recess. The dual wheel tricycle front support has two seals, the others have one.If you have an Allis-Chalmers dealer they should be able to furnish this seal. If possible copy the part number off of the seal before removing it, or try to save the part with this number stamped on it. Any auto parts store should have a seal cross reference catalog for supplying the correct seal(s). If all else fails you can measure the outside/inside diameter for purchasing the seal. There are shims/washers to adjust the vertical spindle clearance. This is a good time to check for bearing/bushing wear. For more seal information go to, www.Infoseek.com and type in oil seals.

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