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Old 07-05-2003, 07:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dana 60/70 Splindle Speedy Sleeve PN Needed

I need the part number for a Dana 60 (or 70, they are the same) Speedy Sleeve for the inner Wheel bearing seal surface on the spindle.

To clarify, I need a Speedy Sleeve for the Spindle where the wheel bearing seal runs.

I have destroyed that surface on my Dana 70, and of course the spindles are integral to the housing.

Anyone?
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Old 07-05-2003, 09:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Just bought some of these for my 14 bolt,man they aint cheap.Listed for $40 each and I got them for $27,still way better and easier than replacing whole houseing. I need some for for 60 also,planning on going by bearing place on monday,will post then if you have not found # yet.
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Old 07-06-2003, 03:48 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I badly need these for my 14b to!

My SKF/CR bok only lists them by dimension, not app.

If you give me the measurement of the diameter of the orig. spindle seal (that you want to cover/sleeve) and the width you want it to be on the spindle, I can pull a part number
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Old 07-06-2003, 08:16 AM   #4 (permalink)
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The CR brand sleeve for a 14 bolt is #99282, I got mine from Motion Industries. I was also able to get a CR seal by cross referencing the National #, the CR seal was a much better seal - double wall & double lip. Sorry, I don't have the CR seal number.

The guy found the 14 bolt sleeve using the National brand seal part number, I would think this would also work for finding a sleeve for the D70.
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Is there a picture of what you are talking about in your 14bolt writeup? Is this something you have to replace when you rebuilt one?
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Old 07-06-2003, 03:01 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Is there a picture of what you are talking about in your 14bolt writeup?
Not yet. In the disc brake writeup there may be a picture showing the badly worn spindle, which is why the sleeve is required. I replaced the hub seals, and it still leaks gear oil out the hubs - which really sucks coz it gets on the rotor, and contaminates the pads and is generally all bad.


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Is this something you have to replace when you rebuilt one?
Not normally, no, it's not a normal wear item. But after a hard life in a harsh climate/conditions, the spindle corrodes, and the seal also wears a groove in the surface of the spindle. rather than replace the spindle, you can sleeve it with an ultra-thin sleeve to restore the seal surface.
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Old thread... anyone have part #s to post for the d60 front spindle speedy sleeve?
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i'm still searching but anyone for front spindle of a ford 60?? theres a grove on mine. will it hurt anything?

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Old 05-20-2011, 10:27 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Try these: http://offroaddesign.com/catalog/14b...raxleparts.htm

The sleeves are not always that reliable, these seals are nice and way cheaper to try. We haven't checked size for a D60 but they're good for the 14 bolt and the gm D70 hubs.

edit, just saw you're looking to fix a front. You should probably consider just buying a new spindle if its that bad, unless we can find a cool seal that fits. New pricing varies but they're about $130.
can you change the seal depth to miss the grooves?
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the groove is right in the middle of the seal surface and all the way around. i'm almost sure i'll need a new spindle. i was just trying to save some cash.

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I was amped to see a a post from Wolf359 back up, I thought maybe he finally finished his buggy. Alas, just a necro-post.
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