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randall

08-06-2003 18:15:52




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I have a 39 B I need to replace the belt pulley oil seal on and cant find a source for it. It has the oil return grooves on the shaft. Any ideas on a place that sells the leather type seal? Any help will be appreciated. Thanks




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Steve in N.J.

08-07-2003 16:06:11




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 Re: belt pulley oil seal in reply to randall, 08-06-2003 18:15:52  
Randall, If you have trouble finding the speedi-sleeve and seal locally, we keep them in stock. Drop us a line if ya need the set. Rod- Great pix and explanation!
Steve/B&B Custom Circuits



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Rod (NH)

08-06-2003 19:29:23




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 Re: belt pulley oil seal in reply to randall, 08-06-2003 18:15:52  
Hi Randall,

I can't help you locate a leather seal since I couldn't find one either. Here's how I handled the same problem with my '42 B. It worked great!

third party image Rod



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randall

08-07-2003 05:59:02




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 Re: Re: belt pulley oil seal in reply to Rod (NH), 08-06-2003 19:29:23  
Hey Rod, good idea. I wonder if J B weld would work by filling in the grooves? Thanks



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Rod (NH)

08-07-2003 09:35:33




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 Re: Re: Re: belt pulley oil seal in reply to randall, 08-07-2003 05:59:02  
I understand that some have filled in the groove with an epoxy. I assume JB Weld would work also. The problem I see with that is the very limited access to be able to prior clean and post-sand/polish for a good smooth finish with the shaft in place. That's why I went the way I did...I did not want to remove the shaft. Plus, mine is a working B and I use that pulley extensively to drive a cordwood saw. I wanted a good permanent fix that I wouldn't have to mess with at a later time.

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