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Tom
Seals
Thu Feb 20, 2014 14:20
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Thanks Gordon. Looks like the best thing is to tear it down and take it to the local bearing supply shop

  • SealGordon, Thu Feb 20 10:22
    I don't have a listing for that Tucker tended to use contemporary Dodge / Chrysler stuff. It is likely that the transfer case input shaft coupling is Dodge truck, so the seal may be too ?
    • Seals — Tom, Thu Feb 20 14:20
      • Seal...Billy, Fri Feb 21 12:56
        Good morning, Give the wonderful people at Vintage power wagon a call.... https://www.vintagepowerwagons.com/ Try to explain to them the transfer case model... If not give the depth of the hole seal... more
        • seal transfer casekewx, Mon Feb 24 15:31
          I am not sure that the transfer cases are related to Dodge. There must be some markings on the unit for ID. Try a search of the mfg.. Every case I've seen is a divorced case and so,.. any similar... more
          • SealsTo,, Mon Feb 24 16:38
            Thanks guys ....got it done yesterday
          • Seal...Billy, Mon Feb 24 15:54
            The seal # is 50092 national. # is 18899 NAPA The seal OD 3.194 ID 1.875 Depth .469 Make sure you prelube seal and deburr shaft before installing. This case is pretty much planetary gear reduction... more
        • sealsTom, Sat Feb 22 05:07
          Thank you all for the help..it has helped. Got the number off the seal..FYI for any with a Tucker 9-24-52 transfer case.. the seals are National #50092.
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