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Old 07-07-18, 14:10
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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
Shift shaft CR 5510 (or SKF) per Tony Smith

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, 21:14
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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 05-10-18, 23:39
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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.

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Old 06-10-18, 00:20
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This shaft is only on the 2 speed, and its apart on the bench.

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Old 06-10-18, 09:08
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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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they still prefer to search by OD/ID since numbers vary from manufacturer and over time.....
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Old 12-10-18, 00:00
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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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Freshening up my transfer case and I am replacing the seals.
It is the best advice to replace the original seal 50300 with two CR19360?
I put 2 in and it seems good.
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Old 23-01-19, 04:14
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Default Front Brake Hoses for 6 inch front brakes

In building up the big 6 inch front axle with the big brakes I found the BH5931 hoses to short to cover the range of movement. I sourced BH6222 and they are the same length as the originals and have the same 5/8 thread end as well. I would recomend these be added to the parts list for 6 inch axles and they would be fine on a 5 inch axle as well..
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Old 23-01-19, 04:26
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In the 5 or 6 axle. What is being measured to determine those sizes? Was one used on the 15cwt trucks?
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Old 23-01-19, 05:35
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Default The flange....... near the egg cup....

You can tell the 5 from the 6 from the flange cross section diameter....6 also has more bolts on the flange an the six has 6 bolts holding the top cap where the new departure bearing is located.......small C15a larger on C60 but there are exceptions Aussie C60 made in Canada late in the war has small axles and 16 in tires.
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Old 23-01-19, 05:52
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Thanks. I see the differences now. And with 7min to spare I learned something new today.
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Old 23-01-19, 16:55
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Default spotting a 6 inch front axle

the easiest way to spot the 6 inch front axle with the larger brakes from the regular 5 inch front axle is at the hub. you can see the obvious bulge behind the lift ring on the 6 inch. not so obvious is that the wheel base is wider by a couple of inch's.
Soi far I have only seen the bigger 6 inch on FAT's and winch trucks.
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Default Chevrolet master cylinders

Somewhere in the past there had to have been a Wagner/Raybestos/Delco part number for the original master cylinder. Anybody have that information? Might be useful in checking out old NOS stock we sometimes come across.
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Old 20-02-19, 05:59
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Default Seal sizes for transfer case

So I just pulled the seals out of my transfer case and they all appear to be the same size. One was so bad that the oil could have been drained out the gap instead of the drain hole.....
Two of them have a paper gasket behind the plate and they are in bad shape. The input one has a steel gasket in place and no paper ones. Any ideas on sourcing these paper gaskets?
The steel one looks fine although I am unsure if it would work without a paper one as well? If it was aluminum or copper I could see it being a crush type but it is definitely steel (has rust).
Thoughts on the gaskets? Should I just try to cut my own?
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Old 20-02-19, 09:16
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I believe the steel one to be a shim. In the MB-C2 manual there is a very good detailed write up on the servicing and rebuilding of the transfer cases.
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Old 27-02-19, 16:04
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Does anyone have a source for the through bolts used on these brass blocks and for the rear brake one? All of mine were rusted junk. Are the front ones the same as the rear ones?
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Old 27-02-19, 22:29
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Old 27-02-19, 23:21
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NAPA has them complete with or without washers. You just need to know your thread size (usually 7/16-20 on most of the old North American stuff). Use the term "Banjo" bolt when talking to the (oldest) parts guy. I find the younger parts guys go crosseyed when you use common terms like this.

If you lived closer, I have a bin of about 50 of them out in the shed.
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Old 28-02-19, 00:02
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Ok great. I just wasnt sure as there seemed to be different ones. Ive got an old school NAPA in town. Ill go visit them tomorrow.
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Old 18-03-19, 06:13
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Not truly a modern part but these are measurements from NOS felt seals used in the steering knuckles.

These are for the 6 ones but are the same for the 5 axles except in overall length.

The length is 24-1/2
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Old 18-03-19, 18:00
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Default Felt Steering Ball Seals

Hi Jordan

Thanks, good information to add to CMP Knowledge Base.

I've been using leather replacements since 1979 back then it was really hard to get information on CMPs. My first discussions with anybody who could answer questions was via regular mail. The first responses I got were from guys in Australia and New Zealand.

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