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WC REAR BEARING CAP SEAL

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AWC

04-18-2004 10:42:31




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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.

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Joe M

04-18-2004 19:37:24




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 Re: WC REAR BEARING CAP SEAL in reply to AWC, 04-18-2004 10:42:31  
Are you talking about the rear main on the engine, or are you refering to the cork seal to the rear of the transmission at the torque tube?



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m.forest

04-18-2004 19:06:51




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 Re: WC REAR BEARING CAP SEAL in reply to AWC, 04-18-2004 10:42:31  
Go to your AGCO dealer. He will be able to have it to you. Always contact your dealer. It's the best place to have exactly what you ned.and most of the time cheaper than every body



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Gene

04-18-2004 18:41:35




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 Re: WC REAR BEARING CAP SEAL in reply to AWC, 04-18-2004 10:42:31  
Recently purchased a gasket set from the local auto parts store for a 1936 WC. The crankshaft seal for the rear main cap was included.



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