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Old 03-06-2019, 08:09 PM
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Do they do/make/carry the seals for like automotive axle and hub, rear main for engine type? is what I'm looking for. I have 4 major players in the supply business here available locally for that stuff but always seem to come up empty handed with them for the most part, the only competent guy has sold his business and is gone after 45 years... sad as he knew his stuff by heart when it came to bearings and seals and could always seem to find what a guy needed... nowadays it's a bunch of school kids who can't use a computer for anything but gaming...



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Here are two of last years catalogs. I think there are at least 3 different ones. One is over 800 pages, the other is over 1000.

I found oil seals like you are looking for in one book. There are like 7 pages ranging in sizes of 5/16” Id x 3/4” OD to 7-59/64” ID x 9-3/16” OD, and a lot of sizes in between.

There are about 5 pages of metric sizes too.

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Old 03-06-2019, 09:40 PM
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Here are two of last years catalogs. I think there are at least 3 different ones. One is over 800 pages, the other is over 1000.

I found oil seals like you are looking for in one book. There are like 7 pages ranging in sizes of 5/16” Id x 3/4” OD to 7-59/64” ID x 9-3/16” OD, and a lot of sizes in between.

There are about 5 pages of metric sizes too.

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Old 03-07-2019, 01:53 PM
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Here are two of last years catalogs. I think there are at least 3 different ones. One is over 800 pages, the other is over 1000.

There are about 5 pages of metric sizes too.
That is why I downloaded the pdfs... They don't weigh as much as the paper catalog! There IS something to be said about a paper catalog but I'm trying to thin the herd of manuals that might be glanced at once every 10 years.

I'm hoping when and if I tear down the floor jack again to get the pump assy. out I'll be able to find the correct seal. I'm curious what the hyd. guy did to "fix" it as he claimed he couldn't find the correct seal... PS: this was apparently one of the reasons it took 3 months to fix..

Pics show the Roush and HF $60? (at the time) cheapy. HF has worked very well the past 10 years or so. Had about a 1/2" of fluid left so I was topping it off to get rid of the container. The Roush had just been wiped off of hyd. fluid that had leaked out. I did NOT add any more. Came with a little magnetic pan that goes on top to hold lug nuts and whatnot.
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Old 03-08-2019, 11:43 AM
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Well, not sure how much fluid a pallet jack holds, but this one took 8-10oz of oil. No time to test it out yet, but I think I found the cause.
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