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Post by mikec3820 on Apr 10, 2006, 5:12pm

Do any of you fine folk know what size the nuts holding the wheel hub on the spindle (front passenger) are so I can get a socket to fit them. Also, My bearings are fried and I am not sure of a part #. Anybody know if the local parts house would have them.
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Post by luckypabst on Apr 10, 2006, 7:14pm

I thought I had the bearing and race numbers in my notes but I guess not. They are common parts, just take in the number off the bearing and the number from the race.

Front wheel grease seals are Nat'l #475384, about $20 each.

I wanna say the nut is 2-9/16". Best to measure yours if nobody chimes in.

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Thank you. I'll try to get a part number off the bearings, but one of them completely desentigrated going down the road.
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Post by brute4c on Apr 11, 2006, 9:06am

I think these are correct...

Outer-Timken #18790 Rated @2950 lbs.
Cup #18720
Inner-Timken #387A Rated @4900 lbs.
Cup #382A
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Post by mikec3820 on Apr 11, 2006, 7:52pm

Thank you. I'll call right now and see if they are in stock here. I suppose i will disect the front spindle and hub this weekend.
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Post by brute4c on Apr 11, 2006, 9:50pm

I have a hub socket...its iss 2 9/16ths inch...
 

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