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Old 07-07-18, 15:10
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For a C15a single speed Transfer Case

Transfer Case
Modern oil seal part number is SKF 19360 QTY3
Speedi Sleeve is SKF 99193 QTY 3

Bearings as listed in the parts manual.
Timken 332. QTY 6
Timken 339. QTY 5
Timken 342-S. QTY 1
Timken 14274 QTY 2
Timken 14137 QTY 2
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Old 05-10-18, 22:14
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Default 2 speed transfer case seal

Does anybody have the part# for the small seal that fits on the shift shaft of the 2 speed transfer case. the one that goes on the shaft that attaches to the shift fork? I looked through this thread and I couldn't find a reference to it.

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Old 06-10-18, 00:39
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Hi Harry

Was at a seal wholesaler today and they still prefer to search by OD/ID since numbers vary from manufacturer and over time..... once found they give you a choice of made by 'who' where (time) and/ or shipping cost.

You can probably figure out the ID easy enough but it will be a hell of a tight fit to measure the OD without taking your T case out....

Any body on the forum that has a 2 speed already taken apart for measuring....
I would suspect that the size for the two rods on the 2 speed and the one speed T case are the same...... need some time to read and compare in the parts manual..........

Mine where tight when I rebuilt my t case...... one of the few parts I did not have to change.

Good luck
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This shaft is only on the 2 speed, and its apart on the bench.

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Default Seal part number lookup

Harry, if you can measure the shaft diameter and bore, go to http://www2.chicago-rawhide.com/ and click on "Seals North America Part Lookup".

Entering the ID and OD will give you a match from the current SKF seal catalogue, which in turn can be crossmatched to other manufacturers.

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Hanno

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they still prefer to search by OD/ID since numbers vary from manufacturer and over time.....
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Old 12-10-18, 01:00
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Default oil/grease seals ........

Front brake drum.....C8, HUP C15A possibly others.....

SKF brand new..... part number 45150...... easy stock item at baring suppliers

Price as of Oct 2018 IN OTTAWA...... $136.39 INCLUDING TAX

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