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Looking for an Automotive Seal/Bearing Parts Catalog


I'm looking for an older Seal/Bearing parts catalog. One that takes in 90's and older. Either CR or National. I'm not fussy. I recently came across a bunch of automotive seals and roller bearings still in boxes and would like to figure out what I have. Looks to me like for transmission and differential. I do recognize a few numbers like axle seals for my truck which is a bonus. Let me know if you have something. Thanks 

PS. I still think a catalog would be faster than to google every number. 



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I'll check John. I might have one. If not, I will look at work. I think I have a spare there.

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Thanks Carl

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I just found one John but I'm not sure it's exactly what you want. It's a Federal Mogul bearing and seal catalogue, covers cars and pickups from 1980-2000 it says.

It's your's for the cost of postage if you want it but I suspect it's too big for "envelope" rate and it might be $15 to ship it.

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JC2+2 wrote:

I'm looking for an older Seal/Bearing parts catalog. One that takes in 90's and older. Either CR or National. I'm not fussy. I recently came across a bunch of automotive seals and roller bearings still in boxes and would like to figure out what I have. Looks to me like for transmission and differential. I do recognize a few numbers like axle seals for my truck which is a bonus. Let me know if you have something. Thanks 

PS. I still think a catalog would be faster than to google every number. 


       Just go to online catalogue    they are easy to use or download and print 



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How does this look John?

And ignore Carl, he's trying to cut into my mega profit sale by steering you away to the internet biggrin

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I'm thinking the catalog may not be the answer you're looking for ( sorry Carl ).
Thinking what you need is a program or book that starts with the part number and then gives all of its applications. That way you could advertise them for specific applications.

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I don't know if Federal even has a numerical guide like you are mentioning Ted, although they might. We used to see those at the parts counter quite a bit but it's not near as common these days.

With GM it's easy, I can punch in the GM number and find everything it fits but on aftermarket stuff I can seldom find a fitment chart.

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When I hung around CTC they had a key that once you looked up a part number it would give you all the other like applications. This sounds like what he needs so he can give applications when peddling them.

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Is that recently? I'd love to have a resource like that at work for all our jobber stuff we sell. I used to use them all the time.

I think AC Delco still has them in the back of some catalogues. I can only think of a few jobber suppliers we deal with who provide them. Heck, it's even getting tough to find paper catalogues now.

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Haven't been around CTC in about 5 years.
But I'm thinking, may be mistaken, that the local parts store guy did a similar search when I was looking for a mechanical part for the Beaumont. Or perhaps once he had 1 suppliers number he could get the other suppliers corresponding number.

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That looks like what I want Carl. I'll pm you.

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Got it and replied John.

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Carl on the subject of seals would you happen to know if there is a replacement seal for rear axle bearing RW607-BR. 1960 Laurentian

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I can try to check at work tomorrow. This book doesn't go old enough.

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Thanks Carl

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You are talking about the o ring on the bearing? If so, that is 3772034 GM #.

If you are taking about the axle seal, that is 3772999.

Does that help, or do you need me to see if I can find jobber part numbers for either of those?

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I just shipped this to JC 2+2 so if anyone needs bearing and seal info we know who to call !

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It's the inner axle seal # 3772999. If you could find a jobber part number that would be great thanks.

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1960 Pontiac Laurentian (Under Restoration)

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1939 Hudson Sedan 112

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1975 Leyland Mini

1974 Jaguar XJ6L

 

 



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I had posted an SKF interchange number but I hope you didn't see that number because it may have been wrong. I deleted it. I think 5573 National is correct though.

-- Edited by Carl Stevenson on Thursday 4th of January 2018 03:28:00 PM

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Yes, you are good with 5573 National.



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Great thanks Carl, that's what I needed. Have ordered six through Rock Auto.

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1939 Hudson Coupe 112

1975 Leyland Mini

1974 Jaguar XJ6L

 

 

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