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Old 05-16-2007, 12:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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quad flange seal #

In the middle of installing JB Conversion's 32-spline output shafts in a dana300 (front & rear) and the seal that is provided is for a yoke style. Im using Inchworm's 32-spline quad flange so they dont work for my application. The shaft of the flange is larger than the yoke style; so the seal opening needs to be bigger. Anyone have a part # for the proper seal that has gone through this before. This is for the rear in particular. I need to look at the front better, but Im thinking I may have to have the flange turned down to fit. I searched and came up with nothing, but could have missed it
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All you have to do is have the seal size cut to 1.875 and your done- Jess
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Old 05-16-2007, 02:15 PM   #3 (permalink)
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All you have to do is have the seal size cut to 1.875 and your done- Jess
I was hoping to make it work with seals to save some $$ Just yet another reason to get power to the lathe and start learining how to run it. If anyone knows a seal that works let me know, otherwise Ill just have them turned. Thanks for the response.
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I am not aware of the seal you need sorry- Jess
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Old 05-17-2007, 12:11 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Well, I figured out the rear will work with National oil seal # 472015 The front is givin me a little trouble. The flange has a shaft of 2.125” (53.975mm) and the housing bore for the seal is 2.502” (63.551mm) a difference of .377” divide that by 2 = .1885” not much room for a seal but I would think enough. I found one that’s close @ http://www.anyseals.com/pdf/Oil%20Seal%20Catalog.pdf Anyone else know a good link for looking up oil seals by dimension? If it comes down to it and since Im having the stock bearing retainer machined anyway, I may just have him enlarge the seal bore to fit an oil seal that will work rather than turning down the flange shaft.

*edit* found an awesome link for oil seal searches by dimension: http://www.afmusa.com/oil.seals.search.asp

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