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Dug G.

02-10-2011 13:23:03




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I"m in the process of going through a 29 Case LI, and need to find a replacement oil seal that goes on belt pulley shaft. I saw a earlier post that cross referenced a SKF number, but my shaft size is 1-7/8" instead of 2-7/8. Does anyone have any suggestions?

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Dug G.




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Adirondack case guy

02-11-2011 10:58:52




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 Re: Case LI Seal in reply to Dug G., 02-10-2011 13:23:03  
Correction: seal is 04289AB not 04298AB. MY fingers got messed up. Hope the info helps you out. Loren the Acg.



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Adirondack case guy

02-11-2011 10:51:24




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 Re: Case LI Seal in reply to Dug G., 02-10-2011 13:23:03  
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The Ls used Case pn.04298AB CR seal after sn#L326931 to sn#L415002. prior to that that used a felt, pn.04045AB and a retainer pn.01306AB. This comes from Case L Parts cat. no. A254 Sorry ,the catalog didn't give a CR part no.



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Joe (Wa)

02-10-2011 18:08:39




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 Re: Case LI Seal in reply to Dug G., 02-10-2011 13:23:03  
You might try here with the shaft & bore measurements if you can"t come up with a p/n.



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