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Old 11-23-2022
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I have a 96 WB. I need a drive axle seal part #, if anybody has one. I searched and could not find it on the site.
Thanks for any info,
Supposed to depart tomorrow, found leaking seal.
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Took the hub off to replace the seal. Bearings were in very poor shape. Replaced the bearings and the seal. Replaced differential fluid. I am doing the other side tomorrow.

I had new tires installed on Tuesday, Firestone 400s. I hung around and watched the process. When they removed the right drive tires, I noticed the leaking seal, otherwise I had no indication that it was leaking, or the bearings were bad.

Bearing numbers, 594A/592A, 580/572, seal part # 393-0173. The bearings are Timkins (sp). Bought it all at a Traction heavy duty truck parts.

We were supposed to depart south on Sunday, there will be a slight delay.
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Thanks for the follow-up and the part numbers, Peter.
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Glad I could provide the information. Might save someone else in the future.
Thanks for taking care of the WOG.
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They sure were getting a little rough,i have been thinking of checking the bearings in my coach,since i will be staying home this summer (depends on fuel prices).
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Are there any special tools needed to do this job..other than a bunch of sweat equity?
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Took the hub off to replace the seal. Bearings were in very poor shape. Replaced the bearings and the seal. Replaced differential fluid. I am doing the other side tomorrow.

I had new tires installed on Tuesday, Firestone 400s. I hung around and watched the process. When they removed the right drive tires, I noticed the leaking seal, otherwise I had no indication that it was leaking, or the bearings were bad.

Bearing numbers, 594A/592A, 58p/572, seal part # 393-0173. The bearings are Timkins (sp). Bought it all at a Traction heavy duty truck parts.

We were supposed to depart south on Sunday, there will be a slight delay.
Thanks Peter, I will make a note,
I replaced a rear wheel seal recently, my bearing were good.
Another seal number is SKF CR47697
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Are there any special tools needed to do this job..other than a bunch of sweat equity?
you will need a 4 1/8th 6 sided socket to remove the spindle nuts.
The rest is just basic hand tool stuff (to me anyway).
Jack stands,dunnage and some way to remove the wheels,1 1/2 socket is needed for the lug nuts.
A big bottle of Aleve and some beer.
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Good Morning Peter:


Is the '58p' a typo on your bearing list? For my 85PT40, the outer bearing is Timken 580. The other bearing and cups have the same numbers that you posted.


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