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Old 07-19-2005, 06:21 AM   #1
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Not the bearing I expected

So I bought a 1960 Overlander & was giving the running gear the once over to make it roadworthy. I did a search & found out what bearings it should have, but it doesn't. The front axle has electric brakes but the rear is hydraulic. When I pulled the rear hub I found that the outer bearing was a LM 67048. I expected the inner bearing to be a 25580 but instead I got a 25577. The measurements are very close but the inner diameter is different. The grease seal was all metal & very heavy duty. The parts guys all say they never saw anything like it. So my questions-
Are the hydraulic brake axles set up differently than the electric?
And where does one find one of these grease seals? A part number would be very helpful.
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