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Dave S.

05-15-2007 19:33:24

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Tom the seal # for your brake shaft is a CR-541901 if you need it. They are a much thiner seal than the original, you can put in 2 one behind the other if you want.

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05-15-2007 22:22:21

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 Re: Tom Windsor in reply to Dave S., 05-15-2007 19:33:24  

The brake drums slid off easily. They were not rusted on. Just removed the center bolt in the shaft and they slid right out of there. BUT..they were not the problem. Getting the old seal out is another story. It took me 1 hour to get one side out. AFter getting one out, I just threw up my hands and quit and will go back at it and get the other one out tomorrow. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR THE SEAL NUMBER because, I have looked the old seal over and over and cannot find a number anywhere even after cleaning it up.


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05-16-2007 05:50:50

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 Re: Tom Windsor in reply to Tom Windsor, 05-15-2007 22:22:21  
i use an autobody slide hammer dent puller with a hardened screw for the bit, drill a couple small pilot holes around the seal, screw the puller in, giver er a couple whacks, then move to the next hole to walk the seal out.

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Tom Windsort

05-16-2007 10:12:25

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 Re: Tom Windsor in reply to glennster, 05-16-2007 05:50:50  
Makes sense to me to use a puller.. Will try it. Should have thought of this before.


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05-16-2007 05:32:13

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 Re: Tom Windsor in reply to Tom Windsor, 05-15-2007 22:22:21  
I used a 3 arm puller with the arms turned backwards on our W6 to get them out. Nothing else seemed to work, as they were just too strong to cut through or bend up and pull out.

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Tom Windsor

05-15-2007 21:09:05

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