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04-07-2012 13:50:09

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Anyone have parts numbers or dimensions of the transmission input shaft, and pto shaft (with the motor lift) seals on a 1943 SC Case?
I have the tractor split, and would like to change these two seals, but didn't want remove the seals unless I know I can find new ones.
Thanks, Tom

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Pastor John

04-07-2012 14:33:47

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 Re: SC Case Seals in reply to Tomfg, 04-07-2012 13:50:09  

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Axle outer seal (replaces felt)
National 413248

Axle inner seal, and also used for brake seals
National 415458

Belt pulley shaft seal
National 474264

Transmission front input shaft seal
National 473215

Clutch lever pivot shaft seal (fits in bell housing)
National 350909

PTO shaft seal (for pto shaft that is 1 3/8")
National 472185

Front engine crankshaft
National 471763 (use two back-to-back to replace old thicker seal)

Mag/governor drive seal
(Chicago rawhide) CR 6935

John Saeli has whatever you need and very reasonable.

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04-07-2012 15:21:20

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 Re: SC Case Seals in reply to Pastor John, 04-07-2012 14:33:47  
Excellent! Thanks John.

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Chuck Machinist

04-07-2012 16:59:40

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 Re: SC Case Seals in reply to Tomfg, 04-07-2012 15:21:20  

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