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#1 heliosuk OFFLINE  

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Posted July 08, 2016 - 02:08 PM

Would anyone be good enough to give me the sizes of the following so I can source locally in the UK quickly please.

 

1185643 wheel hub oil seal left hand

1185646 wheel hub bronze bearing right hand

1891820 main shaft oil seal brake drum end

1185633 input shaft oil seal

1185360 O ring for reverse gear idler shaft

1185224 oil seal PTO shaft rear

 

SKF part numbers for cross referencing would also be useful and might make it easier with UK suppliers

 

Hoping someone can help as I cannot afford the time to bring in from the USA unfortunately.

 

Thanks guys.


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Posted July 08, 2016 - 04:37 PM

Phil,

Iain from Norfolk have compiled a cross reference on UK sourced parts on his database. Perhaps PM him and he may be of help. He's known as slf-uk on here.

Cheers

Andrew
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Posted July 08, 2016 - 05:15 PM

I'm sure it can get frustrating for you guys sometimes. Most of these can be sourced easily enough on your side of the pond.

 

1185643 wheel hub oil seal left hand - SKF 27334

1891820 main shaft oil seal brake drum end - SKF 4985

1185633 input shaft oil seal - SKF 8763

1185224 oil seal PTO shaft rear - SKF 7410

 

1185646 bronze bearing - this is a custom size bearing that you will have to get made, 1-3/4 ID X 1-7/8 OD X 9/16"L

1185360 O ring for reverse gear idler shaft - I don't have a cross for this.


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Posted July 08, 2016 - 05:19 PM

I believe this is what I used when I replaced the O ring in my 1050's which appears to be the same part #

 

1185360 O Ring O Ring 9/16” I.D. X 3/32” Diameter

 

If you are just replacing the O Ring but not planning on removing the reverse gear slide a punch or small diameter rod in the back as you pull the pin out the front.  This will keep the washers that are beside the gear in position - when you go to put the pin back in let it push the punch back out - you may have to lift the punch a little bit to start the washers and gear over the pin.


Edited by 29 Chev, July 08, 2016 - 05:38 PM.

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Posted July 08, 2016 - 05:36 PM

Thanks all, very much appreciated.

 

It is very difficult sourcing parts here without having to pay so much. When parts for tube frames come up which is very rare they are expensive.We have to pay 20% import duty let alone the air freight charges.

 

I just need an assignment to the USA for a bit where I can buy up everything I see and ship it back lol. Unfortunately I'm always heading to Asia which has its advantages with getting things made but limits play time with my pride and joy G14. 


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