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Old 10-12-2013, 01:10 PM   #1
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Bearing & Seal part numbers

I need part numbers for my 1990 excella. The outer bearing looks like a Timken LM67040 although hard to read, the inner is a bower 4T-25580 maybe? The grease seal has no numbers at all on it. Anybody? Trying to locate at an auto parts store this weekend, was hoping to get out of here early next week.
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There is a number on the seal. Took me a long time to find it. Clean the seal, wipe it clean, and look at the outer surface with a magnifying lens. Number molded in about 1/32 inch high. Once we found the number NAPA could match it up easily.
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I would just take the bearings and seal to a NAPA store and let them match up for replacements. I have done this before and they had no problem getting the correct parts for me. Quick and easy and you will get to compare the old and the new parts side by side before buying.
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I need part numbers for my 1990 excella. The outer bearing looks like a Timken LM67040 although hard to read, the inner is a bower 4T-25580 maybe? The grease seal has no numbers at all on it. Anybody? Trying to locate at an auto parts store this weekend, was hoping to get out of here early next week.
The correct bearing numbers are LM 67048 and 25580.

Rarely does an auto parts store have the correct grease seal.

You should use a double lipped seal that also has a spring in it.

They are readily available from parts stocking dealers.

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Done!! Thanks all for your help.
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