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Old April 13th, 2010, 06:03 PM
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Default Front Axle Bearing and Seal part numbers needed

Hello fellow Zoners,
This has prabably been covered a million times but I cant find them!
I need a list of the part numbers for the bearings, races and seals to rebuild the knuckles on my stock M715. I was doing the brakes and they are rough.
Are they available from NAPA?
Can anyone help?
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This is from the archives:

Inner Bearing Oil/Grease Seal (National # 475384 x 54); 2.)

Complete Knuckle Gasket/Seal Kit (Spicer #706230X) which includes 12 x rear oil seal bolts, 2 x outer metal seal, felt gasket, rubber seal, and metal ring seal.

Axle seal, front axle: Napa#28474

Front Bearings:
Outer-Timken #18790 Rated @2950 lbs.
Cup #18720
Inner-Timken #387A Rated @4900 lbs.
Cup #382A

Hub Seal, Front: Seal-"CR" #28175 or NAPA #28474 or National #475384-X54



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Thanks Jon!
As Always you are the best!!
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You are welcome...and remember, God is the best...we just try to imitate Him!
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I just looked up NAPA #28474...$82.40, WOW!
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I just looked on Amazon. (I got all of my seals for very good prices for the Braden LU-4 winch) $295.89! What the heck???!!!
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Now that the 706230X Knuckle Seal Kit is obsolete, the price has jacked up on just about anything you can find.
Here is one alternative that I know of:

https://torqueking.com/product/4936/...0-front-axles/
Torque King 4x4 - Qa4936 12 Bolt Knuckle Ball Seal Kit For Dana 44hd, 60, 70 Front Axles - $120 per side

You can buy Pieces of the 706230X kit, but not the entire kit here:
http://www.northerndrivetrain.com/pr...I-706230X.html

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Yeah, those seals are outrageous.

I "rebuilt" mine with some vinyl upholstery I had in the shop. 2 layers I think. And I've read on here about people using leather.
I did that 4 or 5 years ago, holding up good.
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We used to use oil-resistant rubber sheet for various purposes in the oilfield. 1/4" thick, IIRC. I bet that stuff about 1/8" thick would work for this application.
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