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Replacement Part Numbers and Parts Sources

Post by Chuck W. » Mon Feb 26, 2007 3:32 pm

Here are a few current part numbers for maintenance items for M274 w/A042 (2 cyl) engine:

Fuel Filter: NAPA 3034 or Hastings GF-12 or WIX 33034
Oil Filter: NAPA 1514 or WIX 51514
Spark Plugs: Autolite 2223
Blower Belt: 35515

If anybody has found other current off-the-shelf items that work, like seals, bearings, etc., please post them here so everybody can share.
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Post by nickd » Mon Feb 26, 2007 5:28 pm

I changed out the front axle boots for the article in MVM and here are some part numbers for the seal thats located behind the hub its 50852CR also, the 2 small roller bearings on the top and bottom of the steering knuckle are Timken A-2047.

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Post by Chuck W. » Mon Feb 26, 2007 6:08 pm

The Chicago Rawhide C/R number CR 4938 was the right one and it takes 6 of them to do the three tranny shifter rods.
The National oil seal number will also cross.
Remember, the innermost seal goes in like a normal oil seal and the outermost seal goes in backwards.
Both the National and the CR oil Seals are a tad too deep but they work ok.

Maybe all these crosses will help somebody out.

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transmission seals

Post by nickd » Mon Apr 23, 2007 7:05 am

Here are a few more numbers

Transmission selector rod seal Victor 48819
Transmission output shaft seal National 20162
Transaxle seal in the bell housing of the transmission on the passingers side Victor 60282

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Post by Rod » Wed Apr 25, 2007 2:26 pm

Chuck,

Today I fixed the leak on the new mule and have a part number to report.

The drive shaft where it enters the Transmission uses a Federal Mogul/National seal # 471765. (This seal is 1.187 x 2.000 x 0.250) The orginal seal was thicker than the new seal so I used 2 new seals and put them in the same place as the old seal. They fit nicely and should never leak.
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Post by Chuck W. » Thu Apr 26, 2007 7:55 am

Rod, how about posting your experience with spark plugs and the numbers you finally wound up using, might be of help to others with the same problems.

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Post by Rod » Thu Apr 26, 2007 8:21 am

My mules are picky as to the type and brand of plugs that they prefer. Both mules seemed lerthargic. with little power using either the Champion XMD15 or the Autolite 2223 plugs gapped to 29/1000ths.

My mules prefer the Champion XMD21 plugs gapped to 29/1000ths.

The new plugs make the mules run like they should.
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Post by Rod » Mon May 07, 2007 7:14 am

Chuckie,

The correct blower belt is as follows:

Gates #7345
Dayco #15345
Cadna #15345

The belt is 34.5" inches long
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Post by Rod » Mon Jul 23, 2007 7:28 am

Anybody have the correct number for the hub seal ? It's leaking oil up next to the inside of the wheel. I'll also have to check and fix the rubber boot but this is not the only problem.

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Post by Chuck W. » Mon Jul 23, 2007 7:51 am

Found an old seal that I pulled out of a hub, has "508527 C/R" on it, I assume the "C/R" is Chicago/Rawhide.

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Post by Rod » Mon Jul 23, 2007 12:24 pm

Chuck,

I went to O'riellies and they could not cross-reference the number "508527 C/R".

Anybody know anything else?

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Post by Chuck W. » Mon Jul 23, 2007 1:00 pm

What can I say? Maybe NAPA?
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Post by Rod » Mon Jul 23, 2007 2:41 pm

Nope,

NAPA could find it either.
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Post by Rod » Tue Jul 24, 2007 11:12 am

Chuckie & all,

I spent about an hour online last night and this morning looking thru the National Oil Seal book at O'Rielly Auto Parts this morning to see if I could match the size of the seal. I believe I have found the correct part number for the National seal for the front hub on the mules. I have ordered 3 seals and they will be here Friday morning. I will post the correct part number once I have seal in hand and have a chance to see if if fits.
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Post by nickd » Wed Oct 03, 2007 7:39 am

Any luck on the front hub seal?

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