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Old 03-18-2014, 07:37 AM   #1
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Axle seal part number for 2012 19 foot Flying Cloud

Does anybody have the part numbers for the axle seals because I'm going to repack my wheel bearings ,I have not checked the dexter axle serial number yet,but in air streams brochure they say gross vehicle weight is 4500 lbs so not sure what axle is on there.if you have the part number please specify manufacture of seal ,thanks!
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Hello Scamp. On the seals that I have replaced there is a MFG part number stamped on the seal and most auto parts store will have them.
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Old 03-18-2014, 09:32 AM   #3
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Does anybody have the part numbers for the axle seals because I'm going to repack my wheel bearings ,I have not checked the dexter axle serial number yet,but in air streams brochure they say gross vehicle weight is 4500 lbs so not sure what axle is on there.if you have the part number please specify manufacture of seal ,thanks!
There are many inferior subsitutes, as well as very cheap.

Make sure the replacements are double lipped and with a spring.

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Update my dexter axle is part number pn 410980-06 there is another number 1616620
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The Airstream part number is 680370-100.
You should be able to call or go to any Airstream dealer with that part number, and get the correct seals.
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Update my dexter axle is part number pn 410980-06 there is another number 1616620
Your first number is the part number of the axle.

Have no idea what your second number is for.

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No dexter or aftermarket grease seals in stock at dealer or two other rv dealers in town ,must order if I want dexter seals three weeks or to get aftermarket seals they can be ordered but will take two days,even airstream dealer said three weeks to get them ,here is the dexter part number 010-054-00 ,plus other manufactures , trans com 22333vb, national 442109, nok af3135g1, Chicago rawhide 22550, tru Ryde 42385, ap 014-122088-10 , well sure glad I didn't knock them out of the drum ! So I just repacked the outside bearing and added grease to inner ,serviced the brakes and cleaned the rust off the brake magnet surface on the drums and brake shoe surface. Will wait to get some seals at jackson center .then repack bearing properly.
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