I'M REMODELING A 1935 WC. I TOOK THE REAR BEARING RETAINER COVER/CAP OFF AND FOUND A BROKEN UP, BRITTLE SEAL. IT HAS A QUARTER ROUND PROFILE, AND I'M NOT EXACTLY SURE WHAT TYPE OF MATERIAL IT IS MADE OF. MY LOCAL DEALER SAID THE SEAL IS OUT OF PRODUCTION AND UNAVAILABLE. DOES ANYONE HAVE A SUGGESTION AS TO WHAT I SHOULD USE AS A REPLACEMENT? I WANT SOMETHING THAT WILL ABSOLUTELY PREVENT A LEAK. THANKS.
Today's Featured Article - The History of Old Abe - by Staff. The Case Eagle - Old Abe - is a well known industrial trade-mark throughout the main streets and countryside's of thousands of cities and hamlets in the United States and civilized countries the world over. King of the air, the eagle is an established symbol in American life and heritage. The Case Eagle Old Abe is far more than merely a trademark. He is a character out of history, a bird with a personality and a story all his own. The story begins in the early spring of 1861. In the wild nor
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